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Solid State Microbatteries

  • James R. Akridge
  • Minko Balkanski

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 217)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. W. Wieczorek, K. Such, J. Przyluski
    Pages 151-155
  3. C. Julien, M. Balkanski
    Pages 233-267
  4. M. Balkanski, C. Julien
    Pages 269-292
  5. I. Samaras, C. Julien, M. Balkanski
    Pages 293-296
  6. I. Saikh, C. Julien, M. Balkanski
    Pages 297-300
  7. J. L. Souquet, A. Kone, M. Levy
    Pages 301-322
  8. Claus Wibbelmann, Brian Munro
    Pages 323-328
  9. Robert F. Savinell, Chi-Jin Chen, Chung-Chiun Liu
    Pages 329-342
  10. James R. Akridge
    Pages 343-352

About this book


This Advanced Study Institute on the topic of SOLID STATE MICROBATTERIES is the third and final institute on the general theme of a field of study now termed "SOLID STATE IONICS". The institute was held in Erice, Sicily, Italy, 3 - 15 July 1988. The objective was to assemble in one location individuals from industry and academia expert in the fields of microelectronics and solid state ionics to determine the feasibility of merging a solid state microbattery with microelectronic memory. Solid electrolytes are in principle amenable to vapor deposition, RF or DC sputtering, and other techniques used to fabricate microelectronic components. A solid state microbattery 1 1 mated on the same chip carrier as the chip can provide on board memory backup power. A solid state microbattery assembled from properly selected anode/solid electrolyte/cathode materials could have environmental endurance properties equal or superior to semiconductor memory chips. Lectures covering microelectronics, present state-of-art solid state batteries, new solid electrolyte cathode materials, theoretical and practical techniques for fabrication of new solid electrolytes, and analytical techniques for study of solid electrolytes were covered. Several areas where effort is required for further understanding of materials in pure form and their interactions with other materials at interfacial contact points were identified. Cathode materials for solid state batteries is one particular research area which requires attention. Another is a microscopic model of conduction in vitreous solid electrolytes to enhance the thermodynamic macroscopic Weak ~lectrolyte Iheory (WET).


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Editors and affiliations

  • James R. Akridge
    • 1
  • Minko Balkanski
    • 2
  1. 1.Eveready Battery Co., Inc.WestlakeUSA
  2. 2.Université Pierre et Marie CurieParisFrance

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