Pringle, Jennifer M., Howlett, Patrick C., MacFarlane, Douglas R. and Forsyth, Maria 2010, Organic ionic plastic crystals : recent advances, Journal of materials chemistry, vol. 20, no. 11, pp. 2056-2062, doi: 10.1039/B920406G.
Investigations into the synthesis and utilisation of organic ionic plastic crystals have made significant progress in recent years, driven by a continued need for high conductivity solid state electrolytes for a range of electrochemical devices. There are a number of different aspects to research in this area; fundamental studies, utilising a wide range of analytical techniques, of both pure and doped plastic crystals, and the development of plastic crystal-based materials as electrolytes in, for example, lithium ion batteries. Progress in these areas is highlighted and the development of new organic ionic plastic crystals, including a new class of proton conductors, is discussed.
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030304 Physical Chemistry of Materials 091205 Functional Materials
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