Full Organic Aqueous Battery Based on TEMPO Small Molecule with Millimeter-Thick Electrodes

Sofia Perticarari, Elodie Grange, Tom Doizy, Yann Pellegrin, Eric Quarez, Kenichi Oyaizu, Antonio Jesus Fernandez-Ropero, Dominique Guyomard, Philippe Poizot, Fabrice Odobel, Joël Gaubicher

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    Thick electrodes with sodium and even anion intercalation organic compounds integrated in a neutral-pH aqueous battery offer unique advantages in terms of round trip efficiency, environmental impact, and scalability for off- or on-grid renewable energy storage. Herein, we report the first anion-rocking chair/dual-ion organic battery. The latter reaches 35 Wh/kg materials at a C/8 rate. It shows remarkable cyclability and coulombic efficiency in a cheap and neutral NaClO 4 electrolyte pouch cell with highly loaded millimeter-thick electrodes (5 mAh/cm 2 ). This achievement is based on a thorough study of a commercial 2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidinyl-N-oxyl (TEMPO) (TEMPO) benzene derivative, namely, 4-hydroxy TEMPO benzoate, and its naphthalene analog (4-carboxy TEMPO naphthalate) as positive electrode materials and a bipyridinium-naphthalene oligomer as the negative electrode. Combined UV-vis spectroelectrochemistry and operando X-ray diffraction account for the much improved cyclability of the hydrophobic 4-carboxy TEMPO naphthalate at the expense of a lower specific capacity. This trend is reversed in the case of the 4-hydroxy TEMPO benzoate derivative. Results show that the kinetic limitations of 4-hydroxy TEMPO benzoate are associated with the surrounding composite electrode, whereas inner-grain ionic and/or electronic transports play a decisive role for 4-carboxy TEMPO naphthalate.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1869-1880
    Number of pages12
    JournalChemistry of Materials
    Volume31
    Issue number6
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2019 Mar 26

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    Benzoates
    Electrodes
    Molecules
    Naphthalene
    Anions
    Negative ions
    Benzene Derivatives
    Spectroelectrochemistry
    Derivatives
    Intercalation
    Organic compounds
    Oligomers
    Energy storage
    Electrolytes
    Environmental impact
    Scalability
    Benzene
    Sodium
    Ions
    X ray diffraction

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    Perticarari, S., Grange, E., Doizy, T., Pellegrin, Y., Quarez, E., Oyaizu, K., ... Gaubicher, J. (2019). Full Organic Aqueous Battery Based on TEMPO Small Molecule with Millimeter-Thick Electrodes. Chemistry of Materials, 31(6), 1869-1880. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.chemmater.8b03282

    Full Organic Aqueous Battery Based on TEMPO Small Molecule with Millimeter-Thick Electrodes. / Perticarari, Sofia; Grange, Elodie; Doizy, Tom; Pellegrin, Yann; Quarez, Eric; Oyaizu, Kenichi; Fernandez-Ropero, Antonio Jesus; Guyomard, Dominique; Poizot, Philippe; Odobel, Fabrice; Gaubicher, Joël.

    In: Chemistry of Materials, Vol. 31, No. 6, 26.03.2019, p. 1869-1880.

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    Perticarari, S, Grange, E, Doizy, T, Pellegrin, Y, Quarez, E, Oyaizu, K, Fernandez-Ropero, AJ, Guyomard, D, Poizot, P, Odobel, F & Gaubicher, J 2019, 'Full Organic Aqueous Battery Based on TEMPO Small Molecule with Millimeter-Thick Electrodes' Chemistry of Materials, vol. 31, no. 6, pp. 1869-1880. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.chemmater.8b03282
    Perticarari, Sofia ; Grange, Elodie ; Doizy, Tom ; Pellegrin, Yann ; Quarez, Eric ; Oyaizu, Kenichi ; Fernandez-Ropero, Antonio Jesus ; Guyomard, Dominique ; Poizot, Philippe ; Odobel, Fabrice ; Gaubicher, Joël. / Full Organic Aqueous Battery Based on TEMPO Small Molecule with Millimeter-Thick Electrodes. In: Chemistry of Materials. 2019 ; Vol. 31, No. 6. pp. 1869-1880.
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