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Introduction to functional polymers

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 12.0
    ECTS : 1.5

Goals

The scientific and technologic field related to functional polymers is very broad. Therefore a selection of applications allowing the multifunctional aspects i.e. chemical, physicochemical, mechanical to be emphasized has been done. In addition the scientific domains have been selected in view of their societal and industrial impacts. They are related to renewable energy sources
i.e. advanced batteries and Fuel Cells and to environmental aspects dealing with water purification through membrane separation processes.

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Content

  • A. General Introduction
  • B. Comparison Between Electrochemical Storage & Conversion
  • C. Lithium Batteries
    • Overview On Batteries
    • Lithium-Ion Batteries
      • Anodes & Cathodes
      • Solvents & Salts
      • Macroporous Polymeric Separators
      • Gelled Polymer Electrolytes
    • Lithium Polymer Batteries
      • History
      • Polymer-Salt Complexes: Solvating Polymers, Ionomers & Salts
        and their interaction with polymers
      • Reinforcement: Through Polymer Cross-Linking & via
        Nanocomposites
  • D. PEMFC
    • Overview On Fuel Cells And Bottlenecks
    • Ionomers
      • State Of The Art
      • Progress Beyond The State Of The Art
      • Electrochemical & Physico-Chemical Aspects
      • Thermomechanical Aspects
      • Elaboration Processes (Film Casting & Extrusion)
      • Polymers For Pemfc Dedicated To Ev Implementation
  • E. Separation Processes Involving Polymeric Membranes
    • Environmental & Health Aspects
    • Filtration Processes


Prerequisites

Teaching methods : 12h Theoretical classes and tutorials
Language : Classes and assessment in English, Bibliography In English.

Tests

The exam is given in english only 

Closed-book Final Exam : Theoretical



Additional Information

This course is given in english only EN

Curriculum->Internationals Cursus->Semester 3
Curriculum->Master RI FAME->Semester 3

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