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👩‍🎓 | Demonstrate that the performance of all-solid-state batteries can be significantly improved by heat treatment alone.


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Demonstrated that the performance of all-solid-state batteries can be significantly improved by heat treatment alone.

 
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Protons (hydrogen ions) are involved in this deterioration / recovery mechanism.
 

The joint research group of Tokyo Institute of Technology, the University of Tokyo, Industrial Technology Research Institute, and Yamagata University shows that the performance of all-solid-state batteries deteriorates ... → Continue reading

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Hydrogen ion

Hydrogen ionThe term (hydrogen ion) isInternational Union of Pure and Applied ChemistryByhydrogenAnd itsIsotopeAll ofionRecommended as a common name for[1]..Ion'schargeDepending onPositive ionとanionIt can be divided into two different classifications.

Positive ion

HydrogenElectronicIf you lose, the following cations can be formed.

In addition, with the above cationsWedIons formed by the reaction ofHydrateIs also called a hydrogen ion.

The Zundel cation and the Eigen cation play an important role in the diffusion of protons according to.

"Hydrogen ion" usually means "hydron".

anion

When hydrogen acquires additional electrons,Hydride ionIs formed.

  • Hydride --All hydrogen isotope anions (H)-) Common name
  • Protide- 1H-
  • Deuteride- 2H-, D -
  • Trichid- 3H-T -

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  1. ^ Compendium of Chemical Terminology, 2nd edition McNaught, AD and Wilkinson, A. Blackwell Science, 1997 [ISBN-0 86542-684-8], also online and

 

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