Jouhara, A., Dupre, N., Gaillot, A.-C., Guyomard, D., Dolhem, F. & Poizot, P. (2018) Raising the redox potential in carboxyphenolate-based positive organic materials via cation substitution. Nat. Commun. 9 4401.
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|Type de référence: Article
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 2041-1723
Clé BibTeX: Jouhara2018
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|Catégories: ID2M, ST2E
Mots-clés: active material, cathode materials, Electrode materials, energy-storage, flow batteries, infrared-spectroscopy, Lithium-ion batteries, radical polymers, rate capability, rechargeable batteries
Créateurs: Dolhem, Dupre, Gaillot, Guyomard, Jouhara, Poizot
Collection: Nat. Commun.
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Meeting the ever-growing demand for electrical storage devices requires both superior and "greener" battery technologies. Nearly 40 years after the discovery of conductive polymers, long cycling stability in lithium organic batteries has now been achieved. However, the synthesis of high-voltage lithiated organic cathode materials is rather challenging, so very few examples of all-organic lithium-ion cells currently exist. Herein, we present an inventive chemical approach leading to a significant increase of the redox potential of lithiated organic electrode materials. This is achieved by tuning the electronic effects in the redox-active organic skeleton thanks to the permanent presence of a spectator cation in the host structure exhibiting a high ionic potential (or electronegativity). Thus, substituting magnesium (2,5-dilithium-oxy)-terephthalate for lithium (2,5-dilithium-oxy)-terephthalate enables a voltage gain of nearly +800 mV. This compound being also able to act as negative electrode via the carboxylate functional groups, an all-organic symmetric lithium-ion cell exhibiting an output voltage of 2.5 V is demonstrated.