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Preparation and characterization of polymer electrolyte films of PEO+10wt.% LiPF + xwt.% BMIMPF (1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate) containing dopant salt lithium hexafluorophosphate (LiPF) and ionic liquid (BMIMPF) having common anion are reported. The ionic conductivity of the polymer electrolyte films has been found to increase with increasing concentration of BMIMPF in PEO+10 wt.% LiPF due to the plasticization effect of ionic liquid. DSC and XRD results show that the crystallinity of polymer electrolyte decreases with BMIMPF concentration which, in turn, is responsible for the increase in ionic conductivity. FTIR spectroscopic study shows the complexation of salt and/or ionic liquid cations with the polymer backbone. Ion dynamics behavior of PEO+LiPF as well as PEO+LiPF + BMIMPF polymer electrolytes was studied by frequency dependent conductivity, σ(f) measurements. The values σ(f) at various temperatures have been analyzed in terms of Jonscher power law (JPL) and scaled with respect to frequency which shows universal power law characteristics at all temperatures.

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