Статья
2019

Designed Novel Carbazole Based Electrolyte Additive for Overcharge Protection of Lithium‑Ion Batteries


A. R. Madram A. R. Madram , M. Zarandi M. Zarandi , A. Salimi Beni A. Salimi Beni , Y. Bayat Y. Bayat
Российский электрохимический журнал
https://doi.org/10.1134/S1023193519070073
Abstract / Full Text

9-Phenyl-9H-carbazole (9P9HC) organic monomer which contains phenyl moiety used as new overcharge protection additive in electrolyte of LiFePO4 based lithium‑ion batteries (LIBs) was investigated in this paper. The cyclic voltammetry experimental results showed that the 9P9HC monomer could be electro‑polymerized to form a conductive polymer on the cathode surface. Therefore, it could prevent the batteries from voltage run away during overcharge. The charge–discharge tests of the investigated LiFePO4/C batteries demonstrated that the 9P9HC additive could be control the investigated LIB voltage at the safe value less than 4.2 V. Furthermore, it was notable that 9P9HC has no significant impact on the charge–discharge performance of the investigated batteries at normal charge–discharge condition during 50 cycles.

Author information
  • Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Malek Ashtar University of Technology, 15875-1774, Tehran, Iran

    A. R. Madram & Y. Bayat

  • Young Researchers and Elites Club, Qom Branch, Islamic Azad University, Qom, Iran

    M. Zarandi

  • Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Yasouj University, 75918-74831, Yasouj, Iran

    A. Salimi Beni

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