Jouhara, A., Quarez, E., Dolhem, F., Armand, M., Dupre, N. & Poizot, P. (2019) Tuning the Chemistry of Organonitrogen Compounds for Promoting All-Organic Anionic Rechargeable Batteries. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 58 15680–15684.
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|Type de référence: Article
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 1521-3773
Clé BibTeX: Jouhara2019
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|Catégories: INTERNATIONAL, ST2E
Mots-clés: batteries, Organic batteries, redox chemistry, zwitterions
Créateurs: Armand, Dolhem, Dupre, Jouhara, Poizot, Quarez
Collection: Angewandte Chemie International Edition
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The ever-increasing demand for rechargeable batteries induces significant pressure on the worldwide metal supply, depleting resources and increasing costs and environmental concerns. In this context, developing the chemistry of anion-inserting electrode organic materials could promote the fabrication of molecular (metal-free) rechargeable batteries. However, few examples have been reported because little effort has been made to develop such anionic-ion batteries. Here we show the design of two anionic host electrode materials based on the N-substituted salts of azaaromatics (zwitterions). A combination of NMR, EDS, FTIR spectroscopies coupled with thermal analyses and single-crystal XRD allowed a thorough structural and chemical characterization of the compounds. Thanks to a reversible electrochemical activity located at an average potential of 2.2 V vs. Li+/Li, the coupling with dilithium 2,5-(dianilino)terephthalate (Li2DAnT) as the positive electrode enabled the fabrication of the first all-organic anionic rechargeable batteries based on crystallized host electrode materials capable of delivering a specific capacity of ≈27 mAh/gelectrodes with a stable cycling over dozens of cycles (≈24 Wh/kgelectrodes).