The AlCl3-IL electrolyte was synthesized in Ar-filled glove box (Inert Inc.) by slowly adding AlCl3 (99.99%; Sigma-Aldrich) into [EMIm]Cl (>95%; Sigma-Aldrich) (AlCl3/[EMIm]Cl is 1.3:1). The aqueous electrolyte was prepared by dissolving corresponding mole salts into water. For example, 10, 20, 30, and 50 mM Al(CF3SO3)3 (99%; Alfa Aesar) were added to 10 ml of water to prepare the Al(CF3SO3)3 electrolyte with concentrations of 1 m, 2 m, 3 m, and 5 m, respectively. Al2(SO4)3 aqueous electrolyte (1 m) was prepared by adding 10 mM Al2(SO4)3∙18H2O (laboratory grade, Aldon Corp.) to 10 ml of water.

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