Oral 18: Sara Leininger – Using Redox Active Polymers as Anode and Cathode Species in a Redox Flow Battery

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Faculty mentor: Shelley Minteer

This project seeks to improve current energy storage by creating a nonaqueous organic redox flow battery that uses redox active polymers as anolyte and catholyte species. I hypothesize that using compounds of high molecular weight paired with a size-selective membrane will minimize crossover and elongate the lifetime of a battery.

Watch my research presentation below.
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Questions or comments? Contact me at: u1148333@utah.edu

View my Presentation Slides HERE

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