One of the great handicaps of replacing liquid electrolyte in battery cells with solid electrolyte is the significant reduction in ionic conductivity, an aspect that has been solved by increasing the working temperature to 70ºC. In some applications, these temperature ranges are not acceptable and solutions are required that allow these solid electrolytes to work as close as possible to the ambient temperature.
To be able to work at lower temperatures requires the development of polymers that show high conductivity from commercial materials and working very well on their characterization in order to understand failure modes and carry out improved functionalization mechanisms.
Development of polymer solid electrolyte materials that allow working at temperatures below 40ºC.
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