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Solid-state metal hydride batteries using ZrO2 · nH2O as an electrolyte

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ZrO2 · 1.5H2O or ZrO2 · 1.5H2O−KOH composite was used as an electrolyte in order to develop a solid-state nickel–metal hydride battery. The battery using the ZrO2 · 1.5H2O−KOH composite had rechargeability, but had a very low discharge efficiency, even at low current density. However, the performance of the battery was prominently improved by enlarging the electrode–electrolyte interface area. The resultant battery exhibited the remarkably longer cycle life, the higher discharge efficiency, and the lower polarization: it was able to operate over 150 cycles at 10 mA/g alloy.


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