Composite polymer electrolyte magnetic systems composed of poly(vinyl) alcohol (PVA) as the host polymer,
lithium and nickel salt as dopant were studied. The effect upon addition of lithium ions in polimer PVA had been enhanced conductivity with the increase of lithium concentration. The conductivity values were
for pure PVA and 1%, 3%, 5% and 7% LiOH complexed PVA, respectively. Meanwhile, the addition nickel salt into polymer electrolyte PVA‐LiOH does not significantly change of conductivity value, on order
The ionic transport is dominantly regarded by
ions present in polymer electrolyte magnetic because the atomic mass
is smaller than
The absence of external magnetic field in polimer electrolyte magnetic causes the existence
ions not significantly affected of conductivity.