A Simple Model of Exxon’s Zn/Br2 Battery
A simple model of Exxon’s Zn/Br2 battery is predict the energy efficiency of the battery for resistivities and cell geometries. Efficiencies percent are predicted by the model.
KeywordsEnergy Efficiency Channel Width Energy Capacity Pump Efficiency Discharge Current Density
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