Lithium-collaborating organic batteries (Li-hexs) were investigated with hexaphyrin(18.104.22.168.1.1) as an active electrode material. Each hexaphyrin of Hex cathode ideally involved four electrons per unit cycle and performed a typical charge/discharge processes of Li-organic battery. Li-Hex batteries set with fast charging rates showed reasonably stable charge and discharge performances over 200 cycles even though it caused incomplete (2 similar to 3 electrons) charge/discharge cycles due to failing the complete charging process. UV absorption changes of hexaphyrin in CH2Cl2 were supplementary for the electrochemical oxidation, which performed a conversion from hexaphyrin to hexaphyrin.
Exploration of Li-Organic Batteries Using Hexaphyrin as an Active Cathode Material
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