A direct-methane fuel cell with a ceria-based anode

Abstract

Fuel cells constitute an attractive power-generation technology that converts chemical energy directly and with high efficiency into electricity while causing little pollution. Most fuel cells require hydrogen as the fuel, but viable near-term applications will need to use the more readily available hydrocarbons, such as methane. Present-day demonstration… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/23220

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