Alternative polymer systems for proton exchange membranes (PEMs).

  title={Alternative polymer systems for proton exchange membranes (PEMs).},
  author={Michael A Hickner and Hossein Ghassemi and Yu Seung Kim and Brian R Einsla and James E. McGrath},
  journal={Chemical reviews},
  volume={104 10},
Fuel cells have the potential to become an important energy conversion technology. Research efforts directed toward the widespread commercialization of fuel cells have accelerated in light of ongoing efforts to develop a hydrogen-based energy economy to reduce dependence on foreign oil and decrease pollution. Proton exchange membrane (also termed “polymer electrolyte membrane”) (PEM) fuel cells employing a solid polymer electrolyte to separate the fuel from the oxidant were first deployed in… CONTINUE READING
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