Reductive defluorination of graphite monofluoride by weak, non-nucleophilic reductants reveals low-lying electron-accepting sites

Graphite monofluoride (GF) can undergo reductive defluorination in the presence of weak, non‐nucleophilic reductants. This leads to a new approach to GF‐polyaniline composites as cathode materials for significantly improved discharge capacity of primary lithium batteries. We postulate that the reduction is mediated by residual


Publication Date:
May 02 2018
Date Submitted:
Jun 28 2019
Citation:
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
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