Toward high‐temperature lithium‐ion batteries, adding inorganic materials are proposed as an effective strategy. However, inorganic particles tend to aggregate in the polymer matrix, causing degradation in battery performance. Here, a PVDF‐HFP/colloidal Al2O3 composite separator is prepared with a phase inverse method. The colloidal Al2O3 particles well dispersed in the PVDF‐HFP polymer matrix substantially enhance the mechanical strength of the PVDF‐HFP separator. The PVDF‐HFP/colloidal Al2O3 composite separator owns a high electrolyte uptake of 372%, a high ionic conductivity of 1.3 × 10−3 S cm−1 at 80 °C and delivers high capacity retention of 95.6% after 100 charge–discharge cycles at 0.5 C. In addition, PVDF‐HFP/colloidal Al2O3 separator only has a 4.5% thermal shrinkage at 150 °C and exhibits high electrochemical performances upon annealing at 140 °C.
Advanced Materials Interfaces – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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