This is the latest discovery by a team of scientists from Harvard University (Massachusetts, USA) in order to optimize the technology to harvest and store clean energy from the wind and the sun.
Lactoflavin often used in the prevention and treatment of vitamin B2 deficiency phenomena which cause tanning lumpy, dry cracked lips, sore tongue, fatigue, decreased the ability to work, wound healing, anemia, dysfunction bowel, indigestion … But for the scientists mentioned above, the vitamin B also lit the hope for a solution production line of rechargeable batteries (a rechargeable battery with low-cost organic, “green” and durable).
Indeed, by applying a few techniques “tweak” lactoflavin organic molecules, they were able to turn it into a brand new type of electrolyte, non-toxic and can be mass produced with detailed very low cost but effective, in the opposite direction. The larger the tank will be higher quality and battery swap ratio from solar energy or wind energy into electric energy will become large.
It is reported earlier, this group of scientists also studied developed a type of organic molecules to line rechargeable batteries from quinone derivatives and ferrocyanide (a food additive). However, effective and feasible solutions were not as high as vitamin B2 used to store energy.
Currently, they will continue to complete this work and also seek additional other organic molecules to match. Then officially embarked on the development of prototypes.