Methanesulfonic acid-based electrode-decoupled vanadium–cerium redox flow battery exhibits significantly improved capacity and cycle life

  title={Methanesulfonic acid-based electrode-decoupled vanadium–cerium redox flow battery exhibits significantly improved capacity and cycle life},
  author={Shrihari Sankarasubramanian and Yunzhu Zhang and Vijay K. Ramani},
  journal={Sustainable Energy \& Fuels},
V–Ce RFBs (∼100% CE and ∼70% EE over 100 cycles) using a CH3SO3H-based electrolyte and a AEM separator shows 30% higher capacity and 0.024% capacity fade/cycle vs. 5% capacity fade/cycle for H2SO4 supported V–Ce ED-RFBs. 

Graphite felt modified with WO3, SnO2, and binary WO3/SnO2‐mixtures as novel positive electrodes for cerium‐based redox flow batteries

Cerium‐based redox flow batteries (RFBs) such as Zn‐Ce and V‐Ce have received attention as attractive energy storage systems due to their high open‐circuit cell voltages. To date, the most successful

An Aqueous, Electrode-Decoupled Redox-Flow Battery for Long Duration Energy Storage

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Simulation of Mediator-Catalysis Process inside Redox Flow Battery

Reduction of alkali or alkaline earth metal chlorates to chlorides is of great interest for its use as the positive-electrode process of a redox flow battery in view of very large theoretical

Engineering block co-polymer anion exchange membrane domains for highly efficient electrode-decoupled redox flow batteries

Anion exchange membranes (AEMs) with high permselectivity, chemical stability and mechanical robustness are a key enabling technology for a variety of electrochemical energy conversion and storage

Electrochemical implications of modulating the solvation shell around redox active organic species in aqueous organic redox flow batteries

It is shown that the solvent reorganization energy calculated from the Born equation is predictive of the electrolytes’ device level performance, and λ is proposed as a universal descriptor and selection criteria for organic redox flow battery electrolyte compositions.

Aqueous titanium redox flow batteries—State-of-the-art and future potential

Market-driven deployment of inexpensive (but intermittent) renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, in the electric power grid necessitates grid-stabilization through energy storage systems

Redox flow batteries using cerium salts and anthraquinone‐2,7‐disulfonic acid as new redox couple dissolved in mixture solution of methanesulfonic and perchloric acids

Aqueous redox flow batteries (ARFBs) using acidic supporting electrolytes are one of promising future batteries because the acidic supporting electrolytes can increase the solubility of active



A Vanadium–Cerium Redox Flow Battery with an Anion‐Exchange Membrane Separator

Cardo-poly(etherketone)-based anion-exchange membranes (AEMs) were prepared and employed as separators in a vanadium–cerium redox flow battery (V-Ce RFB). V-Ce RFBs with AEM separators yielded energy

A redox-flow battery with an alloxazine-based organic electrolyte

Redox-flow batteries with organic-based electrolytes hold many advantages over conventional-flow batteries. Here the authors report a high-performance flow battery based on alloxazine, an

High-Performance Aqueous Organic Flow Battery with Quinone-Based Redox Couples at Both Electrodes

We have demonstrated the repeated cycling of a redox flow cell based on water-soluble organic redox couples (ORBAT) at high voltage efficiency, coulombic efficiency and power density. These cells

Recent Advancements in All‐Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries

Over the past three decades, intensive research activities have focused on the development of electrochemical energy storage devices, particularly exploiting the concept of flow batteries. Amongst