Polyoxometalates (POMs) are promising components in future energy storage devices thanks to their structural stability and rapid, reversible redox properties. Due to their discrete nature, their use as redox materials in energy storage devices relies on their stable combination with conductive solid or liquid-phase supports. Recent studies in our group have explored how POMs can be functionalised to give access to a range of hierarchical and structurally dynamic materials.
Here, a range of self-assembled POM redox materials will be presented, and their physical properties and potential applications in electrocatalysis and beyond lithium-ion energy storage devices discussed.
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