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Using nanoporous carbon membranes in fuel cells
, , Mallouk T.E., Foley H.C.
Published in Materials Research Society
Volume: 801
Pages: 185 - 190
We have synthesized nanoporous carbon membranes that have monodisperse pores of 4-5 Å. These membranes have excellent size and shape selectivity that makes them an ideal candidate for use as separators in fuel cells. The selectivity of these membranes to gases such as N2, Q2 and water gas [carbon monoxide and hydrogen] were measured using a permeation testing unit. These membranes were then tested as separators in fuel cells.
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JournalMaterials Research Society Symposium - Proceedings
PublisherMaterials Research Society
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