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Ionic conductivity - Li-ion solid state batteries

Experimental Facilities
A battery is an electrical source device offering charge, current and power for a load. High charge is offered using all volume (3D) of active materials. High current is offered by considerable mixed electronic-ionic conductivity of active materials (anode and cathode) as well as by high-ionic / low-electronic conductivity of the electrolyte during all working duty cycles of charge/discharge. So, a vast number of theoretical candidate materials for batteries, under the above constrains, is limited into an extemelly small number of materials for commercial batteries. The near future of batteries, though, is mainly the Li-ion Batteries, fulfilling better the consumers' demands for portable devices.

Activities:
A. Preparation of cathodic, anodic and electrolytic materials either in powders or in thin films
B. Investigation of the structural properties of these materials
C. Investigation of their electrical properties
D. Formation of Li-ion batteries and microbatteries
E.Investigation of the batteries by measuring the charging-discharging, the charge capacity and the stability of their properties with the number of cycles of charging-discharging.

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  • 09-11-2017
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