Conductivity and dielectric constant of PPO and PPO-based solid electrolytes from Dc to 6 GHz

Andrew L. Tipton, Mark C. Lonergan, Mark A Ratner, Duward F. Shriver, Thomas T Y Wong, Keli Han

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The conductivity and dielectric response of poly(propylene oxide) (PPO) and the polymeric solid electrolytes (PPO)8NH4CF3SO3, (PPO)16NaI, (PPO)8NaI, and (PPO)8NaI were studied in the frequency range from dc to 6 GHz and the temperature range from 173 to 323 K with the objective of elucidating the dynamic factors that affect ion transport in polyether electrolytes. The temperature dependencies of the primary α-relaxation of PPO and the dc electrical conductivity of the salt complexes are consistent with this relaxation playing a key role in ionic conduction in polymer electrolytes. For the salt complexes, the α-relaxation appears to be shifted to lower frequencies relative to pure PPO, and this is attributed to virtual cross-linking. High-frequency room temperature measurements permit for direct comparison of the dielectric properties of (PPO)8NH4CF3SO3 with a supercooled amorphous (PEO)8NH4CF3SO3 complex. A dissimilarity between optical dielectric constants and those measured at approximately 3 GHz for the salt complexes suggests the presence of a high-frequency ionic relaxation as predicted by the dynamic bond percolation model. The relative influence of segmental mobility and ion-ion interactions on the dc conductivity of polymer salt complexes is discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4148-4154
Number of pages7
JournalJournal of Physical Chemistry
Volume98
Issue number15
Publication statusPublished - 1994

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Tipton, A. L., Lonergan, M. C., Ratner, M. A., Shriver, D. F., Wong, T. T. Y., & Han, K. (1994). Conductivity and dielectric constant of PPO and PPO-based solid electrolytes from Dc to 6 GHz. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 98(15), 4148-4154.

Conductivity and dielectric constant of PPO and PPO-based solid electrolytes from Dc to 6 GHz. / Tipton, Andrew L.; Lonergan, Mark C.; Ratner, Mark A; Shriver, Duward F.; Wong, Thomas T Y; Han, Keli.

In: Journal of Physical Chemistry, Vol. 98, No. 15, 1994, p. 4148-4154.

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Tipton, AL, Lonergan, MC, Ratner, MA, Shriver, DF, Wong, TTY & Han, K 1994, 'Conductivity and dielectric constant of PPO and PPO-based solid electrolytes from Dc to 6 GHz', Journal of Physical Chemistry, vol. 98, no. 15, pp. 4148-4154.
Tipton, Andrew L. ; Lonergan, Mark C. ; Ratner, Mark A ; Shriver, Duward F. ; Wong, Thomas T Y ; Han, Keli. / Conductivity and dielectric constant of PPO and PPO-based solid electrolytes from Dc to 6 GHz. In: Journal of Physical Chemistry. 1994 ; Vol. 98, No. 15. pp. 4148-4154.
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