|Higher ionic conductivity, better mechanical strength, lower cost, and improved durability of proton-conducting materials are all important issues to accelerate the commercialization of fuel cell technology. This important book describes both inorganic and organic (polymeric) proton conductors, as well as their properties and their applications in fuel cells. Topics covered include microstructural properties, thermodynamic properties, mechanical properties, electrical properties, and applications in fuel cells. Fuel cell researchers and researchers in solid state ionics, physical chemistry, polymer, and materials chemistry will benefit from this book. [426 Pages, Hardcover]|
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