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Ultrahigh Energy Storage Capacitance and High Breakdown Strength in Biaxially Oriented Poly(vinylidene fluoride) Using a High-Electric-Induced Technique

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The development of high dielectric materials with high energy densities is a crucial research domain in the modern microelectronics and power systems. The objective of this work was to develop the highly ordered crystal orientations and large ferroelectric crystalline β/γ-phases in the biaxially oriented poly(vinylidene fluoride) (BOPVDF). Importantly, a high discharged energy density and high dielectric constant was achieved by using a high-electric-induced technique. A suitable poling electric field was applied to the BOPVDF films in order to enhance the breakdown strength. Remarkably, the BOPVDF film poled at the electric field of 113 MV m−1 achieved an unprecedented discharged energy density of 25.4 J cm−3 at an ultra-high electric field of 550 MV m−1, which is by far the highest value ever achieved in flexible polymer-based capacitor films. Comparatively, the unpoled BOPVDF and commercial biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) exhibited only a discharged energy density of 7.9 J cm−3 and 1.2 J cm−3, respectively. This systematic study provides a new design paradigm to exploit PVDF-based dielectric polymers for capacitor applications.

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Acknowledgments: This work was supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No.51703044), the School Science Starting Foundation of Hangzhou Dianzi University (Grant No. KYS205617016), the Opening Project of Key Laboratory of Optoelectronic Chemical Materials and Devices, Ministry of Education, Jianghan University (No. JDGD-201804), and the Zhejiang Provincial Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. LY18E020005).

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Lu, H., Du, J., Yu, C. et al. Ultrahigh Energy Storage Capacitance and High Breakdown Strength in Biaxially Oriented Poly(vinylidene fluoride) Using a High-Electric-Induced Technique. Macromol. Res. (2020) doi:10.1007/s13233-020-8073-5

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Keywords

  • biaxially oriented poly(vinylidene fluoride)
  • high electric poling
  • high power-density capacitor
  • dielectric constant
  • ferroelectric crystalline phase