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Highly electrocatalytic flexible nanofiber for improved vanadium-based redox flow battery cathode electrodes

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Abstract

A flexible nanofiber-based electrode material is proposed as cathode in a vanadium-based flow battery (VRFB), allowing the design of innovative VRFB configuration geometries. Its estimated electrochemical surface area is 350 cm2 cm−3, doubling that of commercial PAN-felt.

Graphical abstract: Highly electrocatalytic flexible nanofiber for improved vanadium-based redox flow battery cathode electrodes

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Submitted
25 Jan 2013
Accepted
30 May 2013
First published
31 May 2013

RSC Adv., 2013,3, 12056-12059
Article type
Communication

Highly electrocatalytic flexible nanofiber for improved vanadium-based redox flow battery cathode electrodes

C. Flox, C. Fàbrega, T. Andreu, A. Morata, M. Skoumal, J. Rubio-Garcia and J. R. Morante, RSC Adv., 2013, 3, 12056 DOI: 10.1039/C3RA40463C

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