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The physical properties and electrochemical performances were systematically compared among a quaternary ammonium cationbased room-temperature ionic liquid electrolyte ͑ILE͒, a solid polymer electrolyte ͑SPE͒, and a conventional organic liquid electrolyte ͑OLE͒. The ionic conductivity, an interface impedance at the Li/electrolyte, and the activation energy at the interface were in the order of OLE Ͼ ILE Ͼ SPE. Cells using ILE and SPE exhibited sufficiently high discharge capacities ofdoi:10.1149/1.2736646 fatcat:ou5qwlshwnfp3iuzarp7lzqlji