Solid acids as fuel cell electrolytes

@article{Haile2001SolidAA,
  title={Solid acids as fuel cell electrolytes},
  author={Sossina M Haile and Dane A. Boysen and Calum Ronald Inneas Chisholm and Ryan B. Merle},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2001},
  volume={410},
  pages={910-913}
}
  • Sossina M Haile, Dane A. Boysen, +1 author Ryan B. Merle
  • Published 2001
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Nature
  • Fuel cells are attractive alternatives to combustion engines for electrical power generation because of their very high efficiencies and low pollution levels. Polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells are generally considered to be the most viable approach for mobile applications. However, these membranes require humid operating conditions, which limit the temperature of operation to less than 100 °C; they are also permeable to methanol and hydrogen, which lowers fuel efficiency. Solid, inorganic… CONTINUE READING

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