New Lithium Salts of Pentafluorophenylamide Anions as Electrolytes in Lithium Ionic Batteries

The invention provides novel lithium salts of pentafluorophenylamide, in particular, lithium pentafluorophenyl (trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide (Li-PFTFSI). Li-PFTFSI has improved thermal stability and ion mobility compared to known lithium salts.
These characteristics make Li-PFTFSI desirable for use as electrolytes in lithium ion batteries.

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