Publication Information

Title:
Plasma activation and atomic layer deposition of TiO2 on polypropylene membranes for improved performances of lithium-ion batteries
Type:
Journal
Info:
Journal of Membrane Science 458 (2014) 217-224
Date:
2014-02-05

Author Information

Name Institution
He ChenNanjing University of Science and Technology
Qian LinNanjing University of Science and Technology
Qiang XuNanjing University of Science and Technology
Yang YangNanjing University of Science and Technology
Zongping ShaoNanjing University of Science and Technology
Yong WangNanjing University of Science and Technology

Films

Thermal TiO2


Other TiO2


Film/Plasma Properties

Characteristic: Morphology, Roughness, Topography
Analysis: SEM, Scanning Electron Microscopy

Characteristic: Images
Analysis: SEM, Scanning Electron Microscopy

Characteristic: Images
Analysis: TEM, Transmission Electron Microscope

Characteristic: Wetting Angle
Analysis: Contact Angle Measurement

Characteristic: Thermal Stability
Analysis: TGA, Thermo Gravimetric Analysis

Characteristic: Tensile Strength
Analysis: Tensile Testing

Characteristic: Shrinkage
Analysis: Custom

Characteristic: Charge Capacity
Analysis: Charge/Discharge Cycling

Substrates

Polypropylene

Keywords

Batteries
Diffusion Barrier

Notes

Ex situ N2 plasma used to activate the polypropylene for ALD process nucleation.
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