Structure-morphology-property relationships of non-perfluorinated proton-conducting membranes.

@article{Peckham2010StructuremorphologypropertyRO,
  title={Structure-morphology-property relationships of non-perfluorinated proton-conducting membranes.},
  author={Timothy J Peckham and Steven Holdcroft},
  journal={Advanced materials},
  year={2010},
  volume={22 42},
  pages={4667-90}
}
A fundamental understanding of structure-morphology-property relationships of proton exchange membranes (PEMs) is crucial in order to improve the cost, performance, and durability of PEM fuel cells (PEMFCs). In this context, there has been an explosion over the past five years in the volume of research carried out in the area of non-perfluorinated, proton-conducting polymer membranes, with a particular emphasis on exploiting phase behavior associated with block and graft copolymers. This… CONTINUE READING
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