Physicochemical Studies of Microcrystalline Cellulose (MCC) AS Filler for PVA-LiTFSI Polymer Electrolyte by Mohd Hazwan Hussin ( Author )
, Nurmaizatulhana Othman ( Author )
, Mohamad Haafiz Mohamad Kassim ( Author )
Nowadays, the widely used of liquid and synthetic polymer electrolyte to fabricate supercapacitor devices and conventional lithium ion batteries is still struggling with safety issues, expensive cost of nonbiodegradable and nonrenewable raw materials, and low ionic conductivity performance. These reasons have engrossed our attention in finding electrolyte-based natural polymer as an alternative source by utilizing cellulose-based materials from oil palm fronds in the development of green and biocompatible polymer electrolyte. Malaysia produces approximately 26 million metric tons of oil palm fronds waste annually. Despite its potential application, there is no comprehensive study on the utilization of microcrystalline cellulose from oil palm fronds as biodegradable filler in solid polymer electrolyte. Thus, this book presents a study of the extraction of microcrystalline cellulose from oil palm fronds to form a solid polymer electrolyte via solution casting method that can be used as potential green polymer electrolytes for the industrial use.
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