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Alkaline ionomer with tuneable water uptakes for electrochemical energy technologies

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Abstract

A simple aqueous-processable alkaline ionomer (amenable to scale-up) has been developed for enhancing electrode/electrolyte interfaces in clean energy devices (e.g. alkaline polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells). The water uptake of the alkaline ionomer is tuneable allowing its use as a tool for fundamental studies into these interfaces. © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2011.

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Zeng, R., Handsel, J., Poynton, S. D., Roberts, A. J., Slade, R. C. T., Herman, H., … Varcoe, J. R. (2011). Alkaline ionomer with tuneable water uptakes for electrochemical energy technologies. Energy and Environmental Science, 4(12), 4925–4928. https://doi.org/10.1039/c1ee02349g

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