Conductive polymers for energy storage applications – Published Manuscript
Another publication out of the Laboratory of Organic Electronics has recently come out focusing on conductive polymers for the use in energy storage applications. In particular, the report investigates the oxygen reduction reaction using several conductive polymers to match energy levels for superior performing fuel cells. A large portion of the publication highlights the use of a negatively doped conductive polymer called poly(benzimidazobenzophenanthroline) or BBL for short.
With complex interactions being discussed in the publications, we were tasked to create some simple yet informative figures for the authors. Here is the BBL molecule that we visualized in one of the figures. You’ll have to read the publication to see the rest!
You can read the publication here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/aenm.202002664
More on the Laboratory of Organic Electronics can be found here: https://liu.se/en/research/laboratory-of-organic-electronics