Accession Number : ADA193623
Title : High Power Storage System Based on Thin Film Solid Ionics.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Jul 85-Feb 88,
Corporate Author : PARIS-6 UNIV (FRANCE) LABORATOIRE DE PHYSIQUE DES SOLIDES
Personal Author(s) : Balkanski, M ; Julien, C
PDF Url : ADA193623
Report Date : Feb 1988
Pagination or Media Count : 19
Abstract : Thin film insertion cathode have been obtained in the In-Se system and Hall mobility up to 50 sq cm have been measured on annealed films. Electrochemical lithium intercalation has been performed and shows that a plateau appears at 1.8V. The redox stability range has been determined by cyclic voltametry for different preparation conditions of the films. Lithium solid state hybrid systems using borate glasses as electrolyte and lamellar compounds as intercalated electrode have been tested from the point of view of storage applications. The secondary prototype built with a composite electrode including NiPS3, carbon and powered electrolyte have been set up and checked. Both thermodynamic and kinetic parameters are given under high power storage conditions. Keywords: Indium selenide; Nickel phosphide sulfide.
Descriptors : *THIN FILM CAPACITORS, *ENERGY STORAGE, *SOLID STATE ELECTRONICS, ANNEALING, BORATES, CARBON, CYCLES, ELECTRODES, ELECTROLYTES, GLASS, HALL EFFECT, HIGH POWER, INDIUM, KINETICS, MOBILITY, NICKEL COMPOUNDS, OXIDATION REDUCTION REACTIONS, PARAMETERS, PHOSPHIDES, PROTOTYPES, SECONDARY, SELENIDES, SOLIDS, STABILITY, SULFIDES, THERMODYNAMICS, THIN FILMS, VOLTAMMETRY, CARRIER MOBILITY, INDIUM COMPOUNDS, CATHODES
Subject Categories : Solid State Physics
Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE