Gottis, S., Barres, A.-L., Dolhem, F. & Poizot, P. (2014) Voltage Gain in Lithiated Enolate-Based Organic Cathode Materials by Isomeric Effect. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 6 10870–10876.
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Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 1944-8244
Clé BibTeX: Gottis2014
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Mots-clés: anodes, dihydroxybenzene dilithium moiety, Electrode materials, insertion properties, isomeric effect, Li-ion batteries, Organic battery, organic cathode materials, performance, polymers, quinones, rechargeable lithium batteries, salt
Créateurs: Barres, Dolhem, Gottis, Poizot
Collection: ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces
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Li-ion batteries (LIBs) appear nowadays as flagship technology able to power an increasing range of applications starting from small portable electronic devices to advanced electric vehicles. Over the past two decades, the discoveries of new metal-based host structures, together with substantial technical developments, have considerably improved their electrochemical performance, particularly in terms of energy density. To further promote electrochemical storage systems while limiting the demand on metal-based raw materials, a possible parallel research to inorganic-based batteries consists in developing efficient and low-polluting organic electrode materials. For a long time, this class of redox-active materials has been disregarded mainly due to stability issues but, in recent years, progress has been made demonstrating that organics undeniably exhibit considerable assets. On the basis of our ongoing research aiming at elaborating lithiated organic cathode materials, we report herein on a chemical approach that takes advantage of the positive potential shift when switching from para to ortho-position in the dihydroxyterephthaloyl system. In practice, dilithium (2,3-dilithium-oxy)-terephthalate compound (Li4C8H2O6) was first produced through an eco-friendly synthesis scheme based on CO2 sequestration, then characterized, and finally tested electrochemically as lithiated cathode material vs. Li. This new organic salt shows promising electrochemical performance, notably fast kinetics, good cycling stability and above all an average operating potential of 2.85 V vs. Li+/Li-0 (i.e., +300 mV in comparison with its para-regioisomer), verifying the relevance of the followed strategy.
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