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Potential of polymethacrylate pseudo crown ethers as solid state polymer electrolytes

(2017) CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 53(51). p.6899-6902
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The association of kinetic studies, DFT calculations and H-1-Li-7 NMR analyses allowed the control of the cyclo-ATRP of PEG9DMA and the production of polymethacrylate pseudo crown-ethers of various molar masses. Their potential to act as a solid-state polymer electrolyte in Li-ion batteries has been highlighted and may come from the supramolecular organization of the cyclo-PEG forming a Li+ diffusion channel.
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LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES, TRANSPORT-PROPERTIES, CONDUCTIVITY, COMPLEXES, METAL, CHANNELS, PEO

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Moins, S, José Martins, A Krumpmann, V Lemaur, J Cornil, N Delbosc, A Decroly, et al. 2017. “Potential of Polymethacrylate Pseudo Crown Ethers as Solid State Polymer Electrolytes.” Chemical Communications 53 (51): 6899–6902.
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Moins, S., Martins, J., Krumpmann, A., Lemaur, V., Cornil, J., Delbosc, N., Decroly, A., et al. (2017). Potential of polymethacrylate pseudo crown ethers as solid state polymer electrolytes. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 53(51), 6899–6902.
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Moins S, Martins J, Krumpmann A, Lemaur V, Cornil J, Delbosc N, et al. Potential of polymethacrylate pseudo crown ethers as solid state polymer electrolytes. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 2017;53(51):6899–902.
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Moins, S, José Martins, A Krumpmann, et al. “Potential of Polymethacrylate Pseudo Crown Ethers as Solid State Polymer Electrolytes.” CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 53.51 (2017): 6899–6902. Print.
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  abstract     = {The association of kinetic studies, DFT calculations and H-1-Li-7 NMR analyses allowed the control of the cyclo-ATRP of PEG9DMA and the production of polymethacrylate pseudo crown-ethers of various molar masses. Their potential to act as a solid-state polymer electrolyte in Li-ion batteries has been highlighted and may come from the supramolecular organization of the cyclo-PEG forming a Li+ diffusion channel.},
  author       = {Moins, S and Martins, Jos{\'e} and Krumpmann, A and Lemaur, V and Cornil, J and Delbosc, N and Decroly, A and Dubois, Ph and Lazzaroni, R and Gohy, J-F and Coulembier, O},
  issn         = {1359-7345},
  journal      = {CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS},
  keyword      = {LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES,TRANSPORT-PROPERTIES,CONDUCTIVITY,COMPLEXES,METAL,CHANNELS,PEO},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {51},
  pages        = {6899--6902},
  title        = {Potential of polymethacrylate pseudo crown ethers as solid state polymer electrolytes},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c7cc02385e},
  volume       = {53},
  year         = {2017},
}

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