Ionic conductivity of metal oxides : an essential property for all-solid-state Lithium-ion batteries

C. Chen, Rüdiger A. Eichel, P.H.L. Notten

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Essential progress has been made for adopting metal oxides (MeO) in various energy storage and energy conversion applications. Among these, utilizing MeO in Lithium-ions batteries (LIBs) seems to be one of the most promising applications. In particular, conductive Li-containing oxides or mixed-oxides materials, used as solid electrolytes, can pave the way to construct all-solid-state LIBs. In contrast to conventional LIBs, in which a liquid electrolyte and a separator are necessary in the configuration shown in Figure 1a, these can be replaced in all-solid-state LIBs by a single layer of solid-state electrolyte (see Figure 1b). As a result the restrictions, regarding the design and size of liquid-based LIBs are much more reduced in all-solid-state batteries, which will further facilitate future miniaturization of small-sized electronics. Furthermore, avoiding liquid organic electrolytes will offer a much better safety to electronic systems, especially for medical implants.[1] Moreover, MeO are promising high performance electrode materials and have already been widely applied in both scientific and industrial fields due to the high theoretical capacity, natural abundance and cost-effective properties, owning to the widespread natural availability of these minerals. Therefore, it is of great importance, benefit and advantage to build all-solid-state LIBs by making use of MeO. In this chapter, attention will be focused on thin film-based all-solid-state LIBs.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationMetal Oxide-Based Thin Film Structures : Formation, Characterization and Application of Interface-Based Phenomena
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherElsevier
Pages361-408
Number of pages48
Edition1st edition
ISBN (Electronic)9780081017524
ISBN (Print)9780128111666
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StatePublished - 2017

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Chen, C., Eichel, R. A., & Notten, P. H. L. (2017). Ionic conductivity of metal oxides : an essential property for all-solid-state Lithium-ion batteries. In Metal Oxide-Based Thin Film Structures : Formation, Characterization and Application of Interface-Based Phenomena (1st edition ed., pp. 361-408). [16] Amsterdam: Elsevier. DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-811166-6.00016-9
Chen, C. ; Eichel, Rüdiger A. ; Notten, P.H.L./ Ionic conductivity of metal oxides : an essential property for all-solid-state Lithium-ion batteries. Metal Oxide-Based Thin Film Structures : Formation, Characterization and Application of Interface-Based Phenomena. 1st edition. ed. Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2017. pp. 361-408
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Chen, C, Eichel, RA & Notten, PHL 2017, Ionic conductivity of metal oxides : an essential property for all-solid-state Lithium-ion batteries. in Metal Oxide-Based Thin Film Structures : Formation, Characterization and Application of Interface-Based Phenomena. 1st edition edn, 16, Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 361-408. DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-811166-6.00016-9

Ionic conductivity of metal oxides : an essential property for all-solid-state Lithium-ion batteries. / Chen, C.; Eichel, Rüdiger A.; Notten, P.H.L.

Metal Oxide-Based Thin Film Structures : Formation, Characterization and Application of Interface-Based Phenomena. 1st edition. ed. Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2017. p. 361-408 16.

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Chen C, Eichel RA, Notten PHL. Ionic conductivity of metal oxides : an essential property for all-solid-state Lithium-ion batteries. In Metal Oxide-Based Thin Film Structures : Formation, Characterization and Application of Interface-Based Phenomena. 1st edition ed. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 2017. p. 361-408. 16. Available from, DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-811166-6.00016-9