Protic Organic Ionic Plastic Crystals: Fast Solid-State Proton Conductors

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Abstract

High temperature polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs) operating between 100 °C and 200 °C are desirable because they offer significant benefits, such as improved electrode kinetics, simpler water and heat management, and better tolerance to fuel impurities, leading to higher overall system efficiencies [1]. However, state-of-the-art high temperature PEMFCs suffer from leakage problems associated with liquid electrolytes, such as H3PO4 and protic ionic liquids.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationISPE-XV, Uppsala 15-19th August 2016
Publication date2016
Pages179-179
Article numberP56
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Event15th International Symposium on Polymer Electrolytes - Uppsala, Sweden
Duration: 15 Aug 201619 Aug 2016
Conference number: 15
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Conference15th International Symposium on Polymer Electrolytes
Number15
CountrySweden
CityUppsala
Period15/08/201619/08/2016
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Luo, J., Aili, D., Pan, C., & Li, Q. (2016). Protic Organic Ionic Plastic Crystals: Fast Solid-State Proton Conductors. In ISPE-XV, Uppsala 15-19th August 2016 (pp. 179-179). [P56]
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Luo, J, Aili, D, Pan, C & Li, Q 2016, Protic Organic Ionic Plastic Crystals: Fast Solid-State Proton Conductors. in ISPE-XV, Uppsala 15-19th August 2016., P56, pp. 179-179, 15th International Symposium on Polymer Electrolytes, Uppsala, Sweden, 15/08/2016.

Protic Organic Ionic Plastic Crystals: Fast Solid-State Proton Conductors. / Luo, Jiangshui; Aili, David; Pan, Chao; Li, Qingfeng.

ISPE-XV, Uppsala 15-19th August 2016. 2016. p. 179-179 P56.

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