Flow batteries have a non-conventional design and utilize storage of active materials that is external to the main battery (cell stack). When reactants are needed, they are then cycled through the cell stack.
Flow batteries are rechargeable batteries that rely on electrolytes to charge batteries. An electrolyte is any substance that contains free ions to make it electrically conductive.
Flow batteries typcially have two tanks of electrolytes that “flow” together, and when the two separate chemical substances combine, their ions react chemically with one another in a way that produces electricity, which can charge batteries.
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