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Haiyan Chen, Michel Armand, Gilles Demailly, Franck Dolhem, Philippe Poizot and Jean-Marie Tarascon From Biomass to a Renewable LiXC6O6 Organic Electrode for Sustainable Li-Ion Batteries ChemSusChem 1

Article first published online: 2 APR 2008 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.200700161

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Battery farming: Li-ion batteries presently operate on inorganic insertion compounds, however, the abundance and life-cycle costs of materials for such batteries may present issues in the long term. In a radically different approach, the oxocarbon salt Li2C6O6 has been developed from renewable resources (CO2-harvesting entities) as a new organic electrode material.

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