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1. 20160272659 PREPARATION OF TITANIUM CATECHOLATE COMPLEXES IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION USING TITANIUM TETRACHLORIDE OR TITANIUM OXYCHLORIDEUS22.09.2016
C07F 7/28
15071047LOCKHEED MARTIN ADVANCED ENERGY STORAGE, LLCEvan R. King

Titanium coordination complexes, particularly titanium catecholate complexes, can be attractive active materials for use in flow batteries. However, such coordination complexes can be difficult to prepare from inexpensive starting materials, particularly in aqueous solutions. Titanium oxychloride and titanium tetrachloride represent relatively inexpensive titanium sources that can be used for preparing such coordination complexes. Methods for preparing titanium catecholate complexes can include combining one or more catecholate ligands and titanium oxychloride in an aqueous solution, and reacting the one or more catecholate ligands with the titanium oxychloride in the aqueous solution to form the titanium catecholate complex. Titanium tetrachloride can be used as a precursor for forming the titanium oxychloride in situ. In some instances, the titanium catecholate complex can be isolated in a solid form, which can be substantially free of alkali metal ions.


2. 20160276686 ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS AND METHODS FEATURING OPTIMAL MEMBRANE SYSTEMSUS22.09.2016
H01M 8/1018
15164827LOCKHEED MARTIN ADVANCED ENERGY STORAGE, LLCArthur J. ESSWEIN

This invention is directed to aqueous redox flow batteries comprising ionically charged redox active materials and separators, wherein the separator is about 100 microns or less and the flow battery is capable of (a) operating with a current efficiency of at least 85% with a current density of at least about 100 mA/cm2; (b) operating with a round trip voltage efficiency of at least 60% with a current density of at least about 100 mA/cm2; and/or (c) giving rise to diffusion rates through the separator for the first active material, the second active material, or both, of about 1×10−7 mol/cm2-sec or less.


3. 20160276687 ION TRANSPORT MATERIAL, ELECTROLYTE MEMBRANE COMPRISING SAME, AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAMEUS22.09.2016
H01M 8/1051
15022120LG CHEM, LTD.Hyungsam Choi

The present application relates to an ion transport material, an electrolyte membrane including the same, and a method for manufacturing the same, and more specifically, provides an ion transport material in which inorganic particles are dispersed in a sulfonate group-containing partially fluorine-based polymer, an electrolyte membrane including the same, and a method for manufacturing the same.


4. 20160276688 ION-EXCHANGE MEMBRANE WITH PREFERENTIALLY ORIENTED MORPHOLOGICAL TEXTUREUS22.09.2016
H01M 8/10
14874045NATIONAL CENTRAL UNIVERSITYPo-Jen Chu

An ion-exchange membrane with a preferentially oriented morphological texture is provided. The ion-exchange membrane includes a polymeric substrate; and nanoparticles embedded in the polymeric substrate. The relative amount of the nanoparticles is from 0.1 to 5 wt %, based on the total weight of the ion-exchange membrane, and the value of ion agglomeration is less than 3.4 nm. The ion-exchange membrane of the present invention shows superior ion-conducting behavior.


5. 20160276690 MICROBIAL FUEL CELLUS22.09.2016
H01M 8/16
15032232PANASONIC CORPORATIONYuya SUZUKI

There is provided a microbial fuel cell that can inhibit oxygen from dissolving in a liquid through the surface to increase electrical energy recovery efficiency. The microbial fuel cell according to the present invention comprises a liquid comprising organic matter; an anode placed in the liquid comprising the organic matter; an air cathode having an air intake portion for taking air into the air cathode; and an oxygen-blocking portion for blocking oxygen from dissolving in the liquid comprising the organic matter through the liquid surface of the liquid comprising the organic matter.


6. 20160276691 FLOW BATTERY ELECTROLYTE COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING A CHELATING AGENT AND A METAL PLATING ENHANCERUS22.09.2016
H01M 8/18
15066045PRIMUS POWER CORPORATIONNicholas WILLIAMS

An aqueous electrolyte for a metal-halogen flow battery includes an electrolyte that includes zinc bromide, a chelating agent, and a metal plating enhancer. The metal plating enhancer may include Bi, Pb, Te, Se, and/or Tl, salts thereof, or any combination thereof.


7. 20160276692 HIGH SOLUBILITY IRON HEXACYANIDESUS22.09.2016
H01M 8/18
15166176LOCKHEED MARTIN ADVANCED ENERGY STORAGE, LLCArthur J. ESSWEIN

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.


8. 20160276693 AQUEOUS REDOX FLOW BATTERIES COMPRISING METAL LIGAND COORDINATION COMPOUNDSUS22.09.2016
H01M 8/18
15167927LOCKHEED MARTIN ADVANCED ENERGY STORAGE, LLCJohn GOELTZ

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.


9. 20160276694 AQUEOUS REDOX FLOW BATTERIES COMPRISING METAL LIGAND COORDINATION COMPOUNDSUS22.09.2016
H01M 8/18
15167930LOCKHEED MARTIN ADVANCED ENERGY STORAGE, LLCJohn GOELTZ

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.


10. 20160276695 AQUEOUS REDOX FLOW BATTERIES FEATURING IMPROVED CELL DESIGN CHARACTERISTICSUS22.09.2016
H01M 8/18
15170740LOCKHEED MARTIN ADVANCED ENERGY STORAGE, LLCArthur J. ESSWEIN

Provided are compositions having the formula MnTi(L1)(L2)(L3) wherein L1 is a catecholate, and L2 and L3 are each independently selected from catecholates, ascorbate, citrate, glycolates, a polyol, gluconate, glycinate, hydroxyalkanoates, acetate, formate, benzoates, malate, maleate, phthalates, sarcosinate, salicylate, oxalate, a urea, polyamine, aminophenolates, acetylacetone or lactate; each M is independently Na, Li, or K; n is 0 or an integer from 1-6. Also provided are energy storage systems.



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