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Redox-active Polymers RESEARCH LINE ICON

Redox Polymers

Our Research

Redox polymers are key for the development of new green energy technologies such as organic batteries, printed batteries and redox flow batteries. The use of redox polymers is also advancing new technologies for CO2 recovery, biosensors or biofuel cells.

DAVID MECERREYES INNOVATIVE POLYMERS GROUP

Dr. David Mecerreyes

Research Line Manager

Our Objective

Our aim is to develop redox active polymers that are able to oxidize and reduce reversibly for energy storage applications. We are working in the development of new redox polymers including biobased multiphenol polymers, new nitroxide systems, viologen analogs or microporous polyimides.

POLYMERS FOR ENERGY Redox pol
POLYMERS FOR ENERGY Redox pol

Team

NERA CASADO INNOVATIVE POLYMERS GROUP

Dr. Nerea Casado

Tijs Lap INNOVATIVE POLYMERS GROUP

Tijs Lap

Ousmane Camara INNOVATIVE POLYMERS GROUP

Dr. Gabriele Lingua

DAVID MECERREYES<br />
INNOVATIVE POLYMERS GROUP

Dr. David Mecerreyes

Laura Pastor INNOVATIVE POLYMERS GROUP

Laura Pastor

Selected Articles

N. Goujon, N. Casado, N. Patil, R. Marcilla & D. Mecerreyes. Organic batteries based on just redox polymers. Progress in Polymer Science 2021 122, 101449. DOI: 10.1016/j.progpolymsci.2021.101449

T. Lap, N. Goujon, D. Mantione, F. Ruipérez & D. Mecerreyes.  Bio-Based Polyhydroxyanthraquinones as High-Voltage Organic Electrode Materials for Batteries ACS Appl. Polym. Mater. 2023 5, 9128-9137. DOI: 10.1021/acsapm.3c01616

N. Goujon, M. Lahnsteiner, D. A. Cerrón-Infantes, H. M. Moura, D. Mantione, M. M. Unterlass & D. Mecerreyes. Dual redox-active porous polyimides as high performance and versatile electrode material for next-generation batteries. Mater. Horiz. 2023 10, 967-976. DOI: 10.1039/D2MH01335E