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Review-Polymer Electrolytes for Rechargeable Batteries: From Nanocomposite to Nanohybrid

Publication Year: 2020

Author(s): Boaretto N, Meabe L, Martinez-Ibañez M, Armand M, Zhang H


In recent years, the introduction of inorganic materials into polymer electrolytes (Pes) has captured escalating interest, aiming at harmonizing advantages from both organic and inorganic phases. In this short review, the authors briefly outline the advances and progresses in composite polymer electrolytes (CPEs) and hybrid polymer electrolytes (HPEs) with the spotlights on nano-sized materials, underlining their ionic conductivities, stabilities, and electrochemical performances in cell systems. The authors discuss the possible solutions and future actions required for developing high-performance CPEs and HPEs.

Source of Publication: Journal of the Electrochemical Society

Vol/Issue: 167(70524):1-12p.

DOI No.: DOI:10.1149/1945-7111/ab7221

Publisher/Organisation: Institute of Physics Publishing

Rights: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives 4.0 License (CC BYNC-ND,


Theme: Business Models | Subtheme: Battery Recycling & Reuse