Synthesis of nitroxide radical polymers and their application to an electrode-active material

Takeo Suga, Shinji Kasatori, Kentaro Yoshimura, Hiroyuki Nishide

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Abstract

A nitroxide radical is able to be electrochemically oxidized to the corresponding oxoammonium cation (p-type doping) and reduced to the aminoxyl anion (n-type doping). These redox properties are suitable as an electrode-active material of a next generation secondary battery. We have reported an application of TEMPO-substituted polymethacrylate to an cathode material. We report here synthesis of two nitroxide-substituted polystyrene derivatives and their electrochemical properties. Cyclic voltammogramsoftheradicalpolymersshowedthep- or n-type reversible waves which are tunable by molecular designing. TEMPO-substituted polynorbomene was synthesized by ring-opening metathesis polymerization. The solubility and processability of the radical polymer was tuned by cross-linking. The electron transfer process in the polymer composite electrode was examined by CV, normal pulse voltammmetry, and impedance measurement. The cell performance was also investigated.

Original languageEnglish
Pages4567-4568
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2005 Dec 1
Event54th SPSJ Symposium on Macromolecules - Yamagata, Japan
Duration: 2005 Sep 202005 Sep 22

Other

Other54th SPSJ Symposium on Macromolecules
CountryJapan
CityYamagata
Period05/9/2005/9/22

Keywords

  • Electrode-active Material
  • Electron Transfer
  • Nitroxide Radical
  • Radical Polymerization
  • Secondary Battery

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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    Suga, T., Kasatori, S., Yoshimura, K., & Nishide, H. (2005). Synthesis of nitroxide radical polymers and their application to an electrode-active material. 4567-4568. Paper presented at 54th SPSJ Symposium on Macromolecules, Yamagata, Japan.