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Recent advances in electrochemistry of pyridinium-based electrophores: A structronic approach

Abstract : The context of molecular structronics (from "molecular structure" and "electronics") is that of molecular-level electrochemical storage of energy of sustainable origin (wind, solar). Due to its discontinuous availability, storage of this energy is a key issue. The targeted type of storage relies on implementing "electron reservoirs" within the structronic molecules by electrochemically forming dedicated chemical bonds according to non-catalytic processes. Reservoir bonds are therefore integral parts of the molecular backbone of structronic assemblies. When filled, electron reservoirs manifest themselves in the form of elongated covalent bonds that are to be cleaved for electron releasing (discharging) on demand. The scope of this short review is limited to pyridinium electrophores as particularly suited building blocks for the development of structronics.
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Magdaléna Hromadová, Philippe P Lainé. Recent advances in electrochemistry of pyridinium-based electrophores: A structronic approach. Current Opinion in Electrochemistry, Elsevier, 2022, 34, pp.100996. ⟨10.1016/j.coelec.2022.100996⟩. ⟨hal-03779280⟩

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