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Title: Complexation of F⁻ by Li⁺ and Mg²⁺ Ions as Inorganic Anion Acceptors in Lactone-Based Li⁺/F⁻ and Mg²⁺/F⁻ Hybrid Electrolytes for Fluoride Shuttle Batteries
Authors: Kawasaki, Mitsuo
Morigaki, Ken-Ichi
Kano, Gentaro
Takekawa, Reiji
Kawamura, Junichi
Yokoyama, Yuko  kyouindb  KAKEN_id  orcid (unconfirmed)
Kano, Kenji
Abe, Takeshi
Ogumi, Zempachi
Author's alias: 川﨑, 三津夫
森垣, 健一
狩野, 巌大郎
横山, 悠子
加納, 健司
安部, 武志
小久見, 善八
Issue Date: Nov-2022
Publisher: IOP Publishing Limited
The Electrochemical Society
Journal title: Journal of The Electrochemical Society
Volume: 169
Issue: 11
Thesis number: 110508
Abstract: The development of high-quality fluoride-ion transporting electrolytes is a crucial demand for fluoride shuttle batteries (FSBs). However, the uncontrolled chemical and electrochemical activities of fluoride ions narrow the available potential window, hindering the development of high-voltage FSB cells. We present a method for upgrading recently developed lactone-based liquid fluoride electrolytes by complexation of F⁻ with Li⁺ and Mg²⁺ ions. In the resultant Li⁺/F⁻ and Mg²⁺/F⁻ hybrid electrolytes, Li2F+ and MgF+ were the most probable soluble complexes, and the effective fluoride concentrations could reach ∼0.15 M along with excess Li⁺(Mg²⁺) ions. Unique interactions between F⁻ and Li⁺(Mg²⁺) were observed using ¹⁹F nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Li⁺(Mg²⁺) ions thus served as inorganic anion acceptors with ultimate redox stabilities to expand the negative potential window of the electrolytes to near −3 V vs SHE. The proposed complex formation was also supported by a conductometric titration method. We demonstrated the superior and versatile electrochemical performances of the Li⁺/F⁻ hybrid electrolyte, which enabled reversible charge/discharge reactions of various metal electrodes and composite electrodes in a wide range of redox series. Further, the Li⁺/F⁻ hybrid electrolyte opened valid new reaction paths for aluminum, making it a promising negative electrode in high-voltage FSB cells.
Rights: © 2022 The Author(s). Published on behalf of The Electrochemical Society by IOP Publishing Limited
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DOI(Published Version): 10.1149/1945-7111/ac9a05
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