Mass transport of direct methanol fuel cell species in sulfonated poly ( ether ether ketone ) membranes

@inproceedings{Silva2006MassTO,
  title={Mass transport of direct methanol fuel cell species in sulfonated poly ( ether ether ketone ) membranes},
  author={Vasco Sabino Silva and B. Ruffmann and Serge Vetter and Marta Boaventura and Ad{\'e}lio Mendes and Lu{\'i}s M Madeira and Suzana P. Nunes},
  year={2006}
}
Homogeneous membranes based on sulfonated poly(ether ether ketone) (sPEEK) with different sulfonation degrees (SD) were prepared and characterized. In order to perform a critical analysis of the SD effect on the polymer barrier and mass transport properties towards direct methanol fuel cell species, proton conductivity, water/methanol pervaporation and nitrogen/oxygen/carbon dioxide pressure rise method experiments are p d t n t p p D b © 

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