Layered ion-electron conducting materials
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The cbaraeteristics oí a givcn electrochemical device are essenliaUy detennined by !he properties oí the electrochemica1 cells defining its functionality. Any altempl directed lo modify or reguiale the characteristics oí the device require an adequate selection oí lhe materials used as eiectrodes anellorelectrolytes. The performance of an electroehemical cell is essentially detenníned by bolh, !he activity oí !he electroactive species and its di1fusion rate between !he electrodes and, in lhe case of the electrodes, also. by its electrica1 conductivity, The improvement of electrode materials implies lherefore lo optimize or regulale these variables according to the projected cell or device requirements. In this work we descn1le selected íeatures from the intercalation cbemiSUy oí the molybdenum disu1fide anaIyzing lhe synthesis, ebaraeterization and properties oí a series oí organic-inorganie nanocomposites arising from !he eainlercalation oí organie donors and lithium into !he su1fide. The conversion of some of these nanocomposites into functionalized nanotubes is also eommented.
Proceedings of the 10th Asian Conference on Solid state Ionics, advanced materials for emerging technologies