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Dilithium benzenediacrylate was prepared and investigated as an example of a readily available organic electrode material for lithium-ion batteries. Its poor conductive properties were overcome by a method of carbon-coating in the liquid state, resulting in enhanced cycling performance, displaying a reversible capacity of 180 mA h g−1.
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