Metal-organic framework (MOF)-incorporated polymeric electrolyte realizing fast lithium-ion transportation with high Li+ transference number for solid-state batteries

Front Chem. 2022 Oct 3;10:1013965. doi: 10.3389/fchem.2022.1013965. eCollection 2022.


Composite polymer electrolytes (CPEs) show significant advantages in developing solid-state batteries due to their high flexibility and easy processability. In CPEs, solid fillers play a considerable effect on electrochemical performances. Recently, metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are emerging as new solid fillers and show great promise to regulate ion migration. Herein, by using a Co-based MOF, a high-performance CPE is initially prepared and studied. Benefiting from the sufficient interactions and pore confinement from MOF, the obtained CPE shows both high ionic conductivity and a high Li+ transference number (0.41). The MOF-incorporated CPE then enables a uniform Li deposition and stable interfacial condition. Accordingly, the as-assembled solid batteries demonstrate a high reversible capacity and good cycling performance. This work verifies the practicability of MOFs as solid fillers to produce advanced CPEs, presenting their promising prospect for practical application.

PMID:36262340 | PMC:PMC9574007 | DOI:10.3389/fchem.2022.1013965


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