Researchers at CIC energiGUNE have developed a method for preparing a solid polymer electrolyte with single ion-conducting properties based on modified cellulose for Li and Na batteries.
The resulting electrolyte is greener, safer, and more cost-effective. It allows the use of green, cellulose-based composite materials to improve the single ion-conducting properties, ionic conductivity, and mechanical properties of the resulting solid polymer electrolyte. Besides, this increases the cost-effectiveness of the electrolyte, since it avoids the need for adding any expensive lithium/sodium-based salts to the polymer electrolyte. Another characteristic of the invention is the non-use of any liquid plasticizer hence improving the safety aspect associated with the use of liquid electrolytes.
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Jon Ajuria Arregi (CIC energiGUNE), María Arnaiz González (CIC energiGUNE), Michel Armand (CIC energiGUNE), Daniel Carrizo Martín (CIC energiGUNE)
and Devaraj Shanmukaraj (CIC energiGUNE).
Michel Armand (CIC energiGUNE) and Devaraj Shanmukaraj (CIC energiGUNE)
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