Lilliputian Systems, Inc.
|Lilliputian Systems, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20090035633||Chemically sintered composite electrodes and manufacturing processes - An iterative process of depositing on a solid electrolyte a coating of unconnected particles composed of an ionically conductive material. A liquid solution is also applied. The liquid solution includes an inorganic component. The deposited liquid is heated to a temperature sufficient to evaporate or otherwise remove some or all of the volatile components of the liquid solution. Typically the temperature is below 1000° and often at about 850° C. The effect of heating the solution is to cause ion conducting material in the solution to adhere to the surface of the existing ion conducting particles and form connections between these particles. This is understood to create an ion conducting skeletal support structure. Within the intrestices of this skeletal support structure, the step of heating is also understood to result in the deposition of the inorganic component that will begin to form a electron conducting structure. The process of applying the liquid solution and heating may be repeated until a sufficiently thick layer of material is laid over the solid electrolyte to provide the composite electrode structure desired.||02-05-2009|
Patent applications by Lilliputian Systems, Inc.