• The battery shows excellent rate capability that can be fully charged or discharged almost within one minute while maintaining good energy efficiency and reasonable energy density, representing a promising prototype liquid redox battery with both high energy density and power density for energy storage.
  • The researchers also report in their paper that the new battery has a high capacity (137 mAh/g) and a high capacity retention of 80% for 500 cycles.
  • In the future, the researchers plan to test the long-term durability of the battery, especially its lithium anode, under realistic operating conditions.

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