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Wang, J., Lakraychi, A. E., Liu, X., Sieuw, L., Morari, C., Poizot, P. & Vlad, A. (2021) Conjugated sulfonamides as a class of organic lithium-ion positive electrodes. Nat. Mater. 20 665–673. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1038/s41563-020-00869-1
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 1476-1122
Clé BibTeX: Wang2021
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Mots-clés: batteries, Cathode material, density, frameworks, polyaniline, quinones, window
Créateurs: Lakraychi, Liu, Morari, Poizot, Sieuw, Vlad, Wang
Collection: Nat. Mater.
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The applicability of organic materials in conventional Li-ion batteries is challenging owing to the lack of lithium-containing and air-stable cathodes. A class of conjugated sulfonamides to be used as lithium-ion positive electrodes is now shown to exhibit reversible charge storage. The applicability of organic battery materials in conventional rocking-chair lithium (Li)-ion cells remains deeply challenged by the lack of Li-containing and air-stable organic positive electrode chemistries. Decades of experimental and theoretical research in the field has resulted in only a few recent examples of Li-reservoir materials, all of which rely on the archetypal conjugated carbonyl redox chemistry. Here we extend the chemical space of organic Li-ion positive electrode materials with a class of conjugated sulfonamides (CSAs) and show that the electron delocalization on the sulfonyl groups endows the resulting CSAs with intrinsic oxidation and hydrolysis resistance when handled in ambient air, and yet display reversible electrochemistry for charge storage. The formal redox potential of the uncovered CSA chemistries spans a wide range between 2.85 V and 3.45 V (versus Li+/Li-0), finely tunable through electrostatic or inductive molecular design. This class of organic Li-ion positive electrode materials challenges the realm of the inorganic battery cathode, as this first generation of CSA chemistries already displays gravimetric energy storage metrics comparable to those of the stereotypical LiFePO4.
Place: Berlin Publisher: Nature Research WOS:000598707900001
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