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ALKALINE FUEL CELLS

Water balancing

Water management is an important aspect in the operation of alkaline exchange membrane fuel cells. Now, a lightly cross-linked norbornene polymer membrane is shown to be able to facilitate optimal water transport, leading to exceptionally high power and current density fuel cells.

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Fig. 1: Water imbalance in an AEMFC operation.

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Chen, Z. Water balancing. Nat Energy 5, 12–13 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41560-019-0530-z

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