Polyimide Compounds For Post-Lithium Energy Storage Applications

Amey Nimkar*, Gil Bergman, Elad Ballas, Nophar Tubul, Noam Levi, Fyodor Malchik, Idan Kukurayeve, Munseok S. Chae, Daniel Sharon, Mikhael Levi, Netanel Shpigel*, Guoxiu Wang, Doron Aurbach*

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The exploration of cathode and anode materials that enable reversible storage of mono and multivalent cations has driven extensive research on organic compounds. In this regard, polyimide (PI)-based electrodes have emerged as a promising avenue for the development of post-lithium energy storage systems. This review article provides a comprehensive summary of the syntheses, characterizations, and applications of PI compounds as electrode materials capable of hosting a wide range of cations. Furthermore, the review also delves into the advancements in PI based solid state batteries, PI-based separators, current collectors, and their effectiveness as polymeric binders. By highlighting the key findings in these areas, this review aims at contributing to the understanding and advancement of PI-based structures paving the way for the next generation of energy storage systems.

Original languageAmerican English
Article numbere202306904
JournalAngewandte Chemie - International Edition
Issue number50
StatePublished - 11 Dec 2023

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  • Current Collectors
  • Polyimides
  • Post Lithium Batteries
  • Separators and Binders
  • Solid State Batteries


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