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Poly(TEMPO)/Zinc Hybrid-Flow Battery: A Novel, “Green,” High Voltage, and Safe Energy Storage System

Bibliographic reference Winsberg, Jan ; Janoschka, Tobias ; Morgenstern, Sabine ; Hagemann, Tino ; Muench, Simon ; et. al. Poly(TEMPO)/Zinc Hybrid-Flow Battery: A Novel, “Green,” High Voltage, and Safe Energy Storage System. In: Advanced Materials, Vol. 28, no.11, p. 2238-2243 (2016)
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