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Title: Solid state electrolyte composites based on complex hydrides and metal doped fullerenes/fulleranes for batteries and electrochemical applications

Abstract

A LiBH 4--C 60 nanocomposite that displays fast lithium ionic conduction in the solid state is provided. The material is a homogenous nanocomposite that contains both LiBH 4 and a hydrogenated fullerene species. In the presence of C 60, the lithium ion mobility of LiBH 4 is significantly enhanced in the as prepared state when compared to pure LiBH 4. After the material is annealed the lithium ion mobility is further enhanced. Constant current cycling demonstrated that the material is stable in the presence of metallic lithium electrodes. The material can serve as a solid state electrolyte in a solid-state lithium ion battery.

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Research Org.:
Savannah River Site (SRS), Aiken, SC (United States)
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE
OSTI Identifier:
1438425
Patent Number(s):
9,959,949
Application Number:
14/295,987
Assignee:
Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC (Aiken, SC) SRS
DOE Contract Number:  
AC09-08SR22470
Resource Type:
Patent
Resource Relation:
Patent File Date: 2014 Jun 04
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
25 ENERGY STORAGE

Citation Formats

Zidan, Ragaiy, Teprovich, Jr., Joseph A., Colon-Mercado, Hector R., and Greenway, Scott D. Solid state electrolyte composites based on complex hydrides and metal doped fullerenes/fulleranes for batteries and electrochemical applications. United States: N. p., 2018. Web.
Zidan, Ragaiy, Teprovich, Jr., Joseph A., Colon-Mercado, Hector R., & Greenway, Scott D. Solid state electrolyte composites based on complex hydrides and metal doped fullerenes/fulleranes for batteries and electrochemical applications. United States.
Zidan, Ragaiy, Teprovich, Jr., Joseph A., Colon-Mercado, Hector R., and Greenway, Scott D. Tue . "Solid state electrolyte composites based on complex hydrides and metal doped fullerenes/fulleranes for batteries and electrochemical applications". United States. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1438425.
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abstractNote = {A LiBH4--C60 nanocomposite that displays fast lithium ionic conduction in the solid state is provided. The material is a homogenous nanocomposite that contains both LiBH4 and a hydrogenated fullerene species. In the presence of C60, the lithium ion mobility of LiBH4 is significantly enhanced in the as prepared state when compared to pure LiBH4. After the material is annealed the lithium ion mobility is further enhanced. Constant current cycling demonstrated that the material is stable in the presence of metallic lithium electrodes. The material can serve as a solid state electrolyte in a solid-state lithium ion battery.},
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journal, September 2011

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