3D printed sample holder for in-operando EPR spectroscopy on high temperature polymer electrolyte fuel cells.

Abstract

Electrochemical cells contain electrically conductive components, which causes various problems if such a cell is analyzed during operation in an EPR resonator. The optimum cell design strongly depends on the application and it is necessary to make certain compromises that need to be individually arranged. Rapid prototyping presents a straightforward option… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jmr.2016.06.003

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@article{Niemller20163DPS, title={3D printed sample holder for in-operando EPR spectroscopy on high temperature polymer electrolyte fuel cells.}, author={Arvid Niem{\"o}ller and Peter Jakes and Steffen Kayser and Yu Lin and Werner Lehnert and Josef Granwehr}, journal={Journal of magnetic resonance}, year={2016}, volume={269}, pages={157-161} }