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NMR Measurement of Gel Electrolytes during Polymerization Process

Originální název

NMR Measurement of Gel Electrolytes during Polymerization Process

Anglický název

NMR Measurement of Gel Electrolytes during Polymerization Process

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The article deal with NMR measurement and evaluation of relaxation times T1, T2 and diffusion of gel electrolytes based on the NaClO4 inorganic salt during UV polymerization process. Properties and behaviors of gel electrolytes during this process are defined by measured quantities. The measurement is focused on 32Na and 1H nuclei. To measure T1, T2 and diffusion the basic NMR methods were used. The relaxation times of NaClO4 mixed with propylene carbonate (PC) is found to be T1a = 39.2 ms and T1,b= 1.5 ms. The approximation, we used two-exponential function and the calculation itself was carried out using a genetic algorithm (GA).

Anglický abstrakt

The article deal with NMR measurement and evaluation of relaxation times T1, T2 and diffusion of gel electrolytes based on the NaClO4 inorganic salt during UV polymerization process. Properties and behaviors of gel electrolytes during this process are defined by measured quantities. The measurement is focused on 32Na and 1H nuclei. To measure T1, T2 and diffusion the basic NMR methods were used. The relaxation times of NaClO4 mixed with propylene carbonate (PC) is found to be T1a = 39.2 ms and T1,b= 1.5 ms. The approximation, we used two-exponential function and the calculation itself was carried out using a genetic algorithm (GA).

BibTex


@article{BUT93096,
  author="Radim {Kořínek} and Karel {Bartušek} and Jiří {Vondrák}",
  title="NMR Measurement of Gel Electrolytes during Polymerization Process",
  annote="The article deal with NMR measurement and evaluation of relaxation times T1, T2 and diffusion of gel electrolytes based on the NaClO4 inorganic salt during UV polymerization process. Properties and behaviors of gel electrolytes during this process are defined by measured quantities. The measurement is focused on 32Na and 1H nuclei. To measure T1, T2 and diffusion the basic NMR methods were used. The relaxation times of NaClO4 mixed with propylene carbonate (PC) is found to be T1a = 39.2 ms and T1,b= 1.5 ms. The approximation, we used two-exponential function and the calculation itself was carried out using a genetic algorithm (GA).",
  address="ECS",
  chapter="93096",
  institution="ECS",
  number="1",
  volume="2012(40)",
  year="2012",
  month="may",
  pages="37--43",
  publisher="ECS",
  type="journal article - other"
}