(Iso)alloxazine derivatives as versatile component for batteries – BattAllox
BattAllox aims at targeting multiple electron transfer and tuneable redox properties for enhanced energy storage systems. Using bioinspired design principles and molecular engineering, this project focuses on interfacing redox-active isoalloxazine and alloxazine units with coordination chemistry to deliver highly tuneable and versatile redox systems. Redox behaviour at the molecular and higher levels will be studied on small-molecule organic units, organometallic complexes and Coordination Polymers. These redox species will be the basis of a new class of robust multi-electron transfer materials, for electrode materials, for example, and will be incorporated in redox-flow batteries. This multi-scale and multidisciplinary approach bring together molecular design, electrochemical studies, coordination networks and redox-flow batteries.
Madame Sylvie FERLAY (Chimie de la Matière Complexe (UMR 7140))
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CMC_UNISTRA Chimie de la Matière Complexe (UMR 7140)
LBM Laboratoire des biomolécules
IC_UNISTRA Institut de Chimie de Strasbourg (UMR 7177)
ICGM Institut de chimie moléculaire et des matériaux - Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier
Help of the ANR 307,871 euros
Beginning and duration of the scientific project: March 2021 - 42 Months