Made to order: Rechargeable batteries are fabricated by using organic electron acceptors and donors as active cathode materials. Their output voltage and cycle performance can be tuned by organic chemistry techniques. The output voltages are linked to both the redox potentials and the energy levels of the frontier molecular orbitals of the cathode materials, enabling to predict the output voltage at an early stage of the design.
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