Solid State Ionics for Batteries

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M. Tatsumisago, M. Wakihara, C. Iwakura, S. Kohjiya, I. Tanaka
Springer Science & Business Media, 24 mag 2005 - 276 pagine
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In this book, recent progress in batteries is firstly reviewed by researchers in three leading Japanese battery companies, SONY, Matsushita and Sanyo, and then the future problems in battery development are stated. Then, recent development of solid state ionics for batteries, including lithium ion battery, metal-hydride battery, and fuel cells, are reviewed. A battery comprises essentially three components: positive electrode, negative electrode, and electrolyte. Each component is discussed for the construction of all-solid-state Batteries. Theoretical understanding of properties of battery materials by using molecular orbital calculations is also introduced.

 

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Introduction
1
Recent progress in batteries and future problems
5
213 Lithium polymer battery
7
214 Future of LIB and LPB
11
22 Recent technologies on materials for advanced lithium rechargeable batteries Panasonic
12
223 Active materials for negative electrodes
13
224 Electrolytes
14
225 Concluding remarks
17
622 High molar mass polyoxyethylenes
192
623 Polyoxyethylene networks
196
63 Viscosity behaviors of branched polyoxyethylenes
199
64 Composite electrolytes based on branched polyoxyethylene
200
642 Hybrid solid electrolytes from oxysulfide glass and branched polyoxyethylene
201
65 Effect of elongation of elastomer electrolytes on conductivity
206
66 lonene elastomers for polymer solid electrolytes
209
662 Polymer solid electrolytes prepared from polyoxytetramethylenes
211

23 Development of secondary battery electrode materials toward high energy and power density Sanyo
19
232 Approach to high power density of nickelmetal hydride batteries 7
20
233 Approach to high energy density of lithium secondary batteries 28
24
234 Conclusions
28
Recent development of amorphous solid electrolytes and their application to solidstate batteries
31
32 Lithium ion conductors 321 Solid electrolytes
32
322 Electrode materials
42
323 Allsolidstate lithium secondary batteries
53
324 Thin film batteries
64
33 Proton conductors
73
332 Protonconducting composite materials 3321 Background
80
333 Protonconducting hybrid materials
87
34 Conclusions
93
Recent development of electrode materials in lithium ion batteries
95
412 Crystal structure of spinel type phase
97
413 Electrochemical properties of LiNi05Mni5O4 and
99
414 Coulombic potential calculation of diffusion path for ordered and disordered Fd3m spinels
100
415 Conclusions
102
423 Characterization of electrodesolid electrolyte interface in solidstate batteries
126
Construction of solidsolid interface between hydrogen storage alloy electrode and solid electrolyte for battery application
133
52 Hydrogen storage alloy electrodepolymer hydrogel electrolyte interface
136
522 Application of polymer hydrogel electrolyte to nickelmetal hydride batteries
146
523 Application of polymer hydrogel electrolyte to electric doublelayer capacitors
159
524 Preparation and characterization of protonconducting polymeric gel electrolytes
162
532 Preparation characterization and application of inorganic oxide solid electrolytes
177
54 Conclusions
185
61 Introduction Role of rubbery state for ionic conduction
187
62 Branched polyoxyethylenes as polymer solid electrolytes
191
663 Viologentype polyoxytetramethylene ionene elastomers
212
664 Aliphatic polyoxytetramethylene ionene elastomer
216
67 Further usefulness of rubbery matrix
221
68 Concluding remarks
223
722 Computational procedure
232
723 Electronic and bonding states of LiCoOi and CoC2
233
724 Differences in bonding states among Li
237
725 Conclusion
238
73 First principles study on factors determining voltages of layered LiMO2 M Ti Ni
240
732 Computational procedure
241
733 Molecular orbital calculations using model clusters
242
734 FLAPW bandstructure calculations for LiMO2 and MO2
245
735 Conclusion
248
74 New fluorides electrode materials for advanced lithium batteries
250
742 PWPP calculation for structural optimization
252
744 Lattice parameters and relaxation by delithiation
254
746 Average voltage
256
75 First principles calculations of formation energies and electronic structures of defects in oxygendeficient LiMn2O4
258
752 Computational procedure
259
753 Defects of oxygen vacancy type
260
simple interstitial atoms
262
with occupation of Mn at the 8a position
264
756 Local electronic structures around defects
265
757 Discussion
267
758 Conclusion
268
76 Summary and conclusions
269
Index
273
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