Faculty mentor: Shelley Minteer
Nonaqueous organic redox flow batteries (RFBs) are a promising technique to address the need for renewable energy storage due to their decoupling of power and capacity and potential for high energy densities. Bipolar redoxmers (BRMs), single molecules that can act as both anolyte and catholyte, may be used to improve RFBs by reducing crossover. The electrochemical stability and solubility of BRMs were evaluated using cyclic voltammetry and UV-vis spectroscopy to improve the longevity of RFBs.
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