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In organic electroluminescent devices, the device with lithium benzoate gives the best performance of all the devices studied. Aromatic multilayers of lithium benzoate were covalently attached to the surface of natural graphite through diazonium chemistry, and the resulting graphite exhibited superior electrochemical performance as anode material of lithium ion batteries.
Qinmin Pan,; Hongbo Wang,; Yinghua Jiang. Covalent modification of natural graphite with lithium benzoate multilayers via diazonium chemistry and their application in lithium ion batteries. Electrochemistry Communications. 2007, 9(4), 754-760.
Yasuo Kameda,; Kazuhide Mochiduki,; Masahiro Imano,; Hisashi Naganuma,; Motoya Sasaki,; Yuko Amo,; Takeshi Usuki. Neutron diffraction study of concentrated aqueous lithium benzoate solutions. Journal of Molecular Liquids. 2005, 119 (1-3), 159-166.
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