Progress of organic, inorganic redox flow battery and mechanism of electrode reaction
A2 Katsausartikkeli tieteellisessä aikakauslehdessä
Nano Research Energy, Volume 2, issue 4
AbstractWith the deployment of renewable energy and the increasing demand for power grid modernization, redox flow battery has attracted a lot of research interest in recent years. Among the available energy storage technologies, the redox flow battery is considered the most promising candidate battery due to its unlimited capacity, design flexibility, and safety. In this review, we summarize the latest progress and improvement strategies of common inorganic redox flow batteries, such as vanadium redox flow batteries, iron-chromium redox flow batteries, and zinc-based redox flow batteries, including electrolyte, membrane, electrode, structure design, etc. In addition, we introduce the latest progress in aqueous and nonaqueous organic redox flow batteries. We also focus on the modification mechanism, optimization design, improvement strategy, and modeling method of the redox flow battery reaction. Finally, this review presents a brief summary, challenges, and perspectives of the redox flow battery.
Funding Information: This work was fully supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 52211530034), the foundation of China University of Petroleum, Beijing (Nos. 2462020YXZZ018 and 2462023XKBH005), and the foundation of Beijing National Science Foundation (No. 3222018). Publisher Copyright: © The Author(s) 2023. Published by Tsinghua University Press.
challenges and perspective, electrode modification mechanism, inorganic redox flow batteries, novel flow batteries, organic redox flow batteries
Liu , Y , Niu , Y , Ouyang , X , Guo , C , Han , P , Zhou , R , Heydari , A , Zhou , Y , Ikkala , O , Tigranovich , G A , Xu , C & Xu , Q 2023 , ' Progress of organic, inorganic redox flow battery and mechanism of electrode reaction ' , Nano Research Energy , vol. 2 , no. 4 , e9120081 , pp. 1-40 . https://doi.org/10.26599/NRE.2023.9120081