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A collection of different polymeric ionic liquids (PILs) were explored as cathode binders in lithium-sulfur batteries. The PIL molecular structure, polymer backbone, and polymer architecture were found to influence cell capacity, cyclability, and the morphology of the cathode itself. PILs with styrene backbones performed better than vinyl-based polymer, while crosslinked PILs imparted further improved capacities, cyclability, and reduced overpotentials. Unlike PVdF, PIL binders mixed with thedoi:10.1021/acs.chemmater.8b02357.s001 fatcat:3nvkoeuwq5barolkawc3babpgm