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Balancing high energy density and chemical stability in redox flow batteries with symmetric tetrazines
Nonaqueous redox flow batteries are a promising technology for grid-scale energy storage, however, their commercial success relies on identifying redox active materials that exhibit extreme potentials, high solubilities in all states of charge, and long cycling stabilities. Meeting these requirements has been particularly challenging for molecules capable of storing negative charge. Within this context, the symmetric tetrazines remain unexplored despite their unique structural properties thatdoi:10.26434/chemrxiv-2021-tjb1v fatcat:ve6dq7e3trctjds23eabezgsga