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Polymer Batteries

  • Roger G. Linford
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Abstract

Key issues in polymer electrolyte studies are identified and applications of these materials in polymer batteries and other devices are discussed. Typical techniques used for characterisation of polymer batteries and the materials they they contain are described and performance parameters are indicated.

Keywords

Polymer Electrolyte Cathode Material Crown Ether Solid Electrolyte Solid State Ionic 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Roger G. Linford
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  1. 1.Leicester PolytechnicLeicesterEngland

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