Organic Nanohybrids for Fast and Sustainable Energy Storage
- Organic Nanohybrids for Fast and Sustainable Energy Storage
- 임희대; 이민아; 홍지현; 김해겸; 조성백; 강기석; 박찬범
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- Advanced materials
- VOL 26, NO 16-2565
- A nanohybridization strategy is presented for the fabrication of high performance lithium ion batteries based on redox‐ active organic molecules. The rearrangement of electroactive aromatic molecules from bulk crystalline particles into molecular layers is achieved by non‐ covalent nanohybridization of active molecules with conductive scaffolds. As a result, nanohybrid organic electrodes in the form of a flexible self‐ standing paper– free of binder/additive and current collector– are synthesized, which exhibit high energy and power densities combined with excellent cyclic stability.
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