Structural Peculiarities of Ion-Conductive Organic-Inorganic Polymer Composites Based on Aliphatic Epoxy Resin and Salt of Lithium Perchlorate.

Author(s) Matkovska, L.; Iurzhenko, M.; Mamunya, Y.; Tkachenko, I.; Demchenko, V.; Synyuk, V.; Shadrin, A.; Boiteux, G.
Journal Nanoscale Res Lett
Date Published 2017 Dec

The article is concerned with hybrid amorphous polymers synthesized basing on epoxy oligomer of diglycide aliphatic ester of polyethylene glycol that was cured by polyethylene polyamine and lithium perchlorate salt. Structural peculiarities of organic-inorganic polymer composites were studied by differential scanning calorimetry, wide-angle X-ray spectra, infrared spectroscopic, scanning electron microscopy, elemental analysis, and transmission and reflective optical microscopy. On the one hand, the results showed that the introduction of LiClO4 salt into epoxy polymer leads to formation of the coordinative metal-polymer complexes of donor-acceptor type between central Li(+) ion and ligand. On the other hand, the appearance of amorphous microinclusions, probably of inorganic nature, was also found.

DOI 10.1186/s11671-017-2195-5
ISSN 1931-7573
Citation Nanoscale Res Lett. 2017;12(1):423.

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