Cathode material made from organic molecules enhances the green credentials of rechargeable batteries

Thursday, August 16, 2018 - 09:13 in Physics & Chemistry

Incorporating organic materials into lithium ion batteries could lower their cost and make them more environmentally friendly, A*STAR researchers have found. The team has developed an organic-based battery cathode that has significantly improved electrochemical performance compared to previous organic cathode materials. Crucially, the new material is also robust, remaining stable over thousands of battery charge/discharge cycles.

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