Nanoconfinement of LiBH4 for High Ionic Conductivity in Lithium Ion Batteries

Jessica Emilia Avlina Lefevr, Supti Das, Didier Blanchard

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Abstract

Efficient energy conversion and storage is crucial for development of systems based on renewable energy sources. For electricity storage, Li-ion batteries are commonly used in electronics devices but require many improvements to obtain longer life-time and higher energy densities. The current use of organic liquids and gels electrolytes limits these improvements because of lithium dendrites formation, reducing the lifetime of the battery and which can possibly be hazardous due to risks of short circuits.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationISPE-XV, Uppsala 15-19th August 2016
Publication date2016
Pages177-177
Article numberP52
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Event15th International Symposium on Polymer Electrolytes - Uppsala, Sweden
Duration: 15 Aug 201619 Aug 2016
Conference number: 15
https://www.delegia.com/ispe2016

Conference

Conference15th International Symposium on Polymer Electrolytes
Number15
CountrySweden
CityUppsala
Period15/08/201619/08/2016
Internet address

Activities

  • 5 Conference presentations

Lithium-Sulfur Solid-State Batteries Based on Nanoconfined LiBH4

Didier Blanchard (Invited speaker)

24 May 2016

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations

Hydrides as Energy Materials

Didier Blanchard (Speaker)

2 Jun 2016

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations

10th International Symposium "Hydrogen & Energy"

Didier Blanchard (Speaker)

21 Feb 201626 Feb 2016

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations

Cite this

Lefevr, J. E. A., Das, S., & Blanchard, D. (2016). Nanoconfinement of LiBH4 for High Ionic Conductivity in Lithium Ion Batteries. In ISPE-XV, Uppsala 15-19th August 2016 (pp. 177-177). [P52]