The aim of this work is studying various organic and inorganic ion-conducting materials used for electrochemical devices (such as fuel cells and micro-batteries). The objective was to obtain ionic conducting polymers with excellent mechanical properties and good ionic conductivity. We focused mainly on aromatic polymers, which are known to exhibit high mechanical stability. Two main lines have been followed: 1) Synthesis of precursors used for the electrochemical deposition of polymeric electrolytes for microdevices (micro batteries and microfuel cells). 2) Synthesis of composite membranes using inorganic particles as fillers to improve the performance of anion exchange membranes (AEM). The objective was to obtain ionic conducting polymers with excellent mechanical properties and good ionic conductivity. In this work, we focused mainly on aromatic polymers, which are known to exhibit high mechanical stability.
Ivan Vito Ferrari
I was born in Bulgaria in 03/08/1988 and I have master degree in Industrial biotechnology, and International research Doctorare Thesis co-protection double title: PhD in Industrial Engineering University of Rome Tor Vergata xxx cycle and Doctorate of cotutela in physics and material sciences of the Université d 'Aix-Marseille ED 352 Physique.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Ionic, inorganic, Synthesis polymers, fuel cells, battery, Electrochemical devices, Layered double idroxde, Ionic liquids, Ionomers
TECHNOLOGY / Engineering / Chemical & Biochemical