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Title: Lithium‐Assisted Proton Conduction at 150 °C in a Microporous Triazine‐Phenol Polymer
Dhavale, Vishal M.
Shalini, Sorout
Werner-Zwanzigerd, Ulrike
Singh, Harpreet
Kurungot, Sreekumar
Dept. of Chemistry
Keywords: Lithium?Assisted Proton
Triazine‐Phenol Polymer
Adsorption studies
Proton conductivities
Open environment
Issue Date: Nov-2015
Publisher: Wiley
Citation: Advanced Materials Interfaces,2(16), 1500301.
Abstract: A practically nonconducting triazine‐phenol polymer with high surface‐hydrophobicity is transformed into a proton conducting electrolyte by tunable Li+ loading. The high hydration tendency of the Li+ enables the retention of residual waters assisting conductivities as high as 1.63 × 10−3 S cm−1 even at 150 ºC. The crucial role of residual water is rationalized by comparing the conductivities in D2O and H2O.
ISSN: 2196-7350
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