An Application of Actinide Elements for a Redox Flow Battery

  title={An Application of Actinide Elements for a Redox Flow Battery},
  author={Yoshinobu Shiokawa and Hajimu Yamana and Hirotake Moriyama},
  journal={Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology},
  pages={253 - 256}
The electrochemical properties of U, Np, Pu and Am were discussed from the viewpoint of cell active materials. From the thermodynamic properties and the kinetics of electrode reactions, it is found that neptunium in the aqueous system can be utilized as an active material of the redox flow battery for the electric power storage. A new neptunium redox battery is proposed in the present article: the galvanic cell is expressed by The neptunium battery is expected to have more excellent charge and… Expand
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