Electrolytes based on alkoxysilyl-functionalized ionic liquids: viscoelastic properties and conductivity.

@article{Pere2014ElectrolytesBO,
  title={Electrolytes based on alkoxysilyl-functionalized ionic liquids: viscoelastic properties and conductivity.},
  author={L. Slemenik Per{\vs}e and M. {\vC}olovi{\'c} and Metka Hajzeri and Bojan Orel and Angela {\vS}urca Vuk},
  journal={Soft matter},
  year={2014},
  volume={10 30},
  pages={
          5532-40
        }
}
Ionic liquids can be successfully used as electrolytes in electrochemical devices when they are in their quasi-solid state. Among several methods of solidification, a sol-gel process was chosen and a set of alkoxysilyl-functionalized iodide imidazolium-based ionic liquids were synthesized. The electrolytes were prepared by mixing these ionic liquids with a non-polymerisable ionic liquid (1-methyl-3-propylimidazolium iodide (MPIm(+)I(-))). Iodine was dissolved in an electrolyte matrix in order… CONTINUE READING

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