PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON A NEW POLYMER ELECTROLYTE, POLY(ETHYLENE OXIDE)-Hg(ClO//4)//2.

Peter G. Bruce, Franciszek Krok, James Evans, Colin A. Vincent

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Abstract

A new solid polymer electrolyte, poly(ethylene oxide),Hg(ClO//4)//2, has been prepared with the ratio of ethylene oxide units to mercury ions ranging from 4 to 20. The variation of conductivity with temperature does not follow a simple Arrhenius law. At high salt concentrations the films are entirely amorphous.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)193-194
Number of pages2
JournalBritish Polymer Journal
Volume20
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1987
EventFirst Int Symp on Polym Electrolytes - St Andrews, Scotl
Duration: 17 Jun 198719 Jun 1987

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    Bruce, P. G., Krok, F., Evans, J., & Vincent, C. A. (1987). PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON A NEW POLYMER ELECTROLYTE, POLY(ETHYLENE OXIDE)-Hg(ClO//4)//2. British Polymer Journal, 20(3), 193-194.