Cross-linking network based on Poly(ethylene oxide): Solid polymer electrolyte for room temperature lithium battery

  title={Cross-linking network based on Poly(ethylene oxide): Solid polymer electrolyte for room temperature lithium battery},
  author={Yuhang Zhang and Wei Lu and Lina Cong and Jia Liu and Liqun Sun and Alain Mauger and Christian M. Julien and Haiming Xie and Jun Liu},
  journal={Journal of Power Sources},

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