Protonic ceramic fuel cells for high-efficiency operation with methane

@inproceedings{Coors2003ProtonicCF,
  title={Protonic ceramic fuel cells for high-efficiency operation with methane},
  author={W.Grover Coors},
  year={2003}
}
  • W.Grover Coors
  • Published 2003
  • Chemistry
  • A new class of fuel cells is being developed, based on ceramic electrolyte materials that exhibit high protonic conductivity at elevated temperatures. The protonic ceramic fuel cell (PCFC) is fundamentally different and unique among fuel cell types currently being developed because it relies on conduction of protons through the electrolyte at much higher temperatures than is possible with other proton-conducting fuel cells. Operating at 750 °C, the PCFC is ideal for use with hydrocarbon fuels… CONTINUE READING

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