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- Jun 03, 2019

New organic flow battery brings decomposing molecules back to life

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

battery-imageAfter years of working on an organic aqueous flow battery, Harvard researchers found that their ground-breaking, organic anthraquinone molecules were decomposing over time, reducing the long-term usefulness of the battery. Now, the researchers have not only learned how the molecules are decomposing but also how to reverse it.

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