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Flow batteries having a pressure-balanced electrochemical cell stack and associated methods

Electrolyte solution circulation rates in a flow battery can impact operating performance. Although adjusting the circulation rates can allow improved performance to be realized, it can be difficult to levelize circulation rates over multiple electrochemical cells of an electrochemical cell stack due to a non-uniform pressure drop that occurs at an outlet of each electrochemical cell. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

Concentration management in flow battery systems using an electrochemical balancing cell

During operation of flow battery systems, the volume of one or more electrolyte solutions can change due to solvent loss processes. An electrochemical balancing cell can be used to combat volume variability. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

Neat methods for forming titanium catecholate complexes and associated compositions

Titanium catecholate complexes can be desirable active materials for flow batteries and other electrochemical energy storage systems, particularly when incorporated in aqueous electrolyte solutions. It can be desirable to avoid introducing even traces of certain organic solvents into aqueous electrolyte solutions. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

Aqueous methods for forming titanium catecholate complexes and associated compositions

Titanium catecholate complexes can be desirable active materials for flow batteries and other electrochemical energy storage systems, particularly when incorporated in aqueous electrolyte solutions. It can be desirable to avoid introducing certain organic solvents and/or extraneous salts into aqueous electrolyte solutions. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

Flow batteries incorporating a phenothiazine compound within an aqueous electrolyte solution

Flow batteries can include a first half-cell containing a first aqueous electrolyte solution, a first electrolyte receptacle, a second half-cell containing a second aqueous electrolyte solution, a second electrolyte receptacle, and a separator disposed between the first half-cell and the second half-cell. The first aqueous electrolyte solution contains a first redox-active material and first mobile ions that are each continuously soluble, and the second aqueous electrolyte solution contains a second redox-active material and second mobile ions that are each continuously soluble. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

Coordinatively unsaturated titanium catecholate complexes and processes associated therewith

Coordinatively saturated titanium (iv) coordination compounds containing catecholate ligands can be desirable active materials for flow batteries and other electrochemical energy storage systems. Such coordination compounds can be formed advantageously via an intermediate composition containing a coordinatively unsaturated titanium (iv) coordination compound. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

Flow batteries having adjustable circulation rate capabilities and methods associated therewith

The circulation rates of the electrolyte solutions in a flow battery can impact operating performance. Adjusting the circulation rates can allow improved performance to be realized. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

Flow batteries incorporating active materials containing doubly bridged aromatic groups

Electrolyte solutions for flow batteries and other electrochemical systems can contain an active material that is capable of transferring one or more electrons per molecule during an oxidation-reduction cycle. Doubly bridged aromatic groups or their coordination compounds can be particularly suitable active materials. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

Flow batteries having an electrode with differing hydrophilicity on opposing faces and methods for production and use thereof

Electrochemical cells, such as those present within flow batteries, can include at least one electrode with one face being more hydrophilic than is the other. Such electrodes can lessen the incidence of parasitic reactions by directing convective electrolyte circulation toward a separator in the electrochemical cell. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

Concerted processes for forming 1,2,4-trihydroxybenzene from hydroquinone

Flow batteries incorporating an active material with one or more catecholate ligands can have a number of desirable operating features. Commercial syntheses of catechol produce significant quantities of hydroquinone as a byproduct, which presently has limited value in the battery industry and can represent a significant waste disposal issue at industrial production scales. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

Flow batteries having an interfacially bonded bipolar plate-electrode assembly and methods for production and use thereof

Electrochemical cells, such as those present within flow batteries, can have an electrode and a bipolar plate in at least one half-cell interfacially bonded together with an electrically conductive adhesive. Bonding the bipolar plate to the electrode can decrease contact resistance and sometimes lessen the incidence of parasitic reactions in the electrochemical cell. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

Processes for forming titanium catechol complexes

. . Titanium complexes containing at least one catecholate ligand can be desirable active materials for flow batteries and other electrochemical energy storage systems. Such complexes can be formed through reacting a catechol compound with a titanium reagent in an organic solvent, removing a byproduct species, and then obtaining an aqueous phase containing a salt form of the titanium catechol complex, particularly an alkali metal salt form. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

Processes for forming titanium catechol complexes

Titanium complexes containing catecholate ligands can be desirable active materials for flow batteries and other electrochemical energy storage systems. Such complexes can be formed, potentially on very large scales, through reacting a catechol compound in an organic solvent with titanium tetrachloride, and then obtaining an aqueous phase containing an alkali metal salt form of the titanium catechol complex. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

Aqueous redox flow batteries comprising metal ligand coordination compounds

This invention is directed to aqueous redox flow batteries comprising redox-active metal ligand coordination compounds. The compounds and configurations described herein enable flow batteries with performance and cost parameters that represent a significant improvement over that previous known in the art.. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

11/30/17 / #20170346123

Flow batteries having an electrode with a density gradient and methods for production and use thereof

Electrochemical cells, such as those present within flow batteries, can have at least one electrode with a density gradient in which the density increases outwardly from a separator. Such electrodes can decrease contact resistance and lessen the incidence of parasitic reactions in the electrochemical cell. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

10/26/17 / #20170309944

High solubility iron hexacyanides

Stable solutions comprising high concentrations of charged coordination complexes, including iron hexacyanides are described, as are methods of preparing and using same in chemical energy storage systems, including flow battery systems. The use of these compositions allows energy storage densities at levels unavailable by other iron hexacyanide systems.. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

10/12/17 / #20170294672

High-throughput manufacturing processes for making electrochemical unit cells and electrochemical unit cells produced using the same

Flow batteries can be constructed by combining multiple electrochemical unit cells together with one another in a cell stack. High-throughput processes for fabricating electrochemical unit cells can include providing materials from rolled sources for forming a soft goods assembly and a hard goods assembly, supplying the materials to a production line, and forming an electrochemical unit cell having a bipolar plate disposed on opposite sides of a separator. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

10/12/17 / #20170294662

Electrochemical cells having designed flow fields and methods for producing the same

Electrochemical cells can include flow channels designed to provide an electrolyte solution more efficiently to an electrode or ionically conductive separator. Such electrochemical cells can include an ionically conductive separator disposed between a first half-cell and a second half-cell, a first bipolar plate in the first half-cell, and a second bipolar plate in the second half-cell. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

10/12/17 / #20170291916

Coordination compounds having redox non-innocent ligands and flow batteries containing the same

Electrolyte solutions for flow batteries and other electrochemical systems can contain an active material capable of transferring more than one electron per oxidation-reduction cycle. Such active materials can include coordination compounds containing a metal center and at least one redox non-innocent ligand. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

09/21/17 / #20170271704

Mitigation of crossover within flow batteries

Crossover of active materials in an electrochemical cell can detrimentally impact operating performance, particularly for flow batteries. Flow batteries with tolerance toward crossover of active materials can incorporate a first half-cell containing a first electrolyte solution that includes a coordination complex as a first active material, and a second half-cell containing a second electrolyte solution that includes an unbound form of an organic compound as a second active material. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

09/07/17 / #20170253620

Processes for forming coordination complexes containing monosulfonated catecholate ligands

. . Coordination complexes can have a metal center with at least one unsubstituted catecholate ligand and at least one monosulfonated catecholate ligand or a salt thereof bound thereto. Some coordination complexes can have a formula of dgti(l1)x(l2)y, in which d is a counterion selected from nh4+, li+, na+, k+, or any combination thereof; g ranges between 2 and 6; l1 is an unsubstituted catecholate ligand; l2 is a monosulfonated catecholate ligand; and x and y are non-zero numbers such that x+y=3. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

04/06/17 / #20170098850

Electrochemical energy storage systems and methods featuring large negative half-cell potentials

The invention concerns flow batteries comprising: a first half-cell comprising: (i) a first aqueous electrolyte comprising a first redox active material; and a first carbon electrode in contact with the first aqueous electrolyte; (ii) a second half-cell comprising: a second aqueous electrolyte comprising a second redox active material; and a second carbon electrode in contact with the second aqueous electrolyte; and (iii) a separator disposed between the first half-cell and the second half-cell; the first half-cell having a half-cell potential equal to or more negative than about −0.3 v with respect to a reversible hydrogen electrode; and the first aqueous electrolyte having a ph in a range of from about 8 to about 13, wherein the flow battery is capable of operating or is operating at a current density at least about 25 ma/cm2.. . ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc

02/23/17 / #20170054164

Solids mitigation within flow batteries

Solids can sometimes form in one or more electrolyte solutions during operation of flow batteries and related electrochemical systems. Over time, the solids can accumulate and compromise the integrity of flow pathways and other various flow battery components. ... Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage Llc








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