630 Flow Battery and Convection Battery Technologies

Thursday, November 20, 2014: 8:30 AM
M304 (Marriott Marquis Atlanta)
Papers are welcome on battery technologies that use flowing electrolytes. Flow batteries are one class of such technologies where one or more active material is stored in the liquid. The convection battery is an example where electrolyte flow is used to reduce mass transfer overpotentials or to eliminate dendrite modes of failure.

Alternate Fuels and New Technology
Electrochemical Fundamentals (01E), Alternative Energy & Enabling Technologies (T4E)

Galen Suppes
Email: suppesg@missouri.edu

Donald Dornbusch
Email: ddvf6@mail.missouri.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

8:30 AM

8:55 AM
(630b) A Zinc-Iron Redox Flow Battery for High-Performance and Low-Cost Energy Storage
Ke Gong, Xiaoya Ma, Kevin Kuttler, Shuang Gu and Yushan Yan

9:45 AM
(630d) Metal Sulfides As Hydrogen Electrocatalysts for H2-Br2 Flow Batteries
Nirala Singh, Ru-Fen Liu, David C. Upham, Anna Ivanovskaya, Haley Kreutzer, Trung V. Nguyen, Horia Metiu and Eric W. McFarland
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