Lignin and cellulose wood for Polymeric Electrolyte

Fauziah Abdul Aziz, (2009) Lignin and cellulose wood for Polymeric Electrolyte. (Unpublished)

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FT-IR Spectroscopy, XPS and XRD works have been used to characterize lignin and cellulose from several hardwoods of Sabah. The FT -IR has revealed that all of the five hardwoods lignin had a common pattern of spectra, but only the Kapur and Belian lignin have shown lower intensities of bands compared to the Keranji, Merbau and Nyatoh lignin between 3460 - 1300 cm region. All lignin have shown a broad band at 34100-3460 cm, attributed to the hydroxyl groups in phenolic and al iphatic structures (OH stretching). Solid polymer electrolytes (SPE) produced using lignin / cellulose sample - was partially dissolved in the THF solvent and prior to blend with ENR-50 rubber. Ionic conductivity measurements at various temperatures were also obtained over the range of 25-80oC. The electrochemical stability of polymer electrolytes were also obtained; impedance measurement were taken for several days. Ionic conductivity were also determined. DSC analyzer was used to determine thermal properties of the polymer electrolyte samples. All samples display a single glass transition temperature, T g. The changes T g values were observed when different weight per cent of Li salt and lignin/cellulose added into the systems

Item Type: Research Report
Uncontrolled Keywords: Sabah , hardwoods , Solid polymer electrolytes (SPE)
Subjects: T Technology > TS Manufactures
Depositing User: Noraini
Date Deposited: 30 Sep 2019 00:27
Last Modified: 30 Sep 2019 00:27

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