Latest Protonic ceramic fuel cell Stories
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“Fuel Cell Technology Market: By Applications (Portable, Stationary, Transport), Types (PEMFC, DMFC, PAFC, SOFC, MCFC), Fuel (Hydrogen, Natural Gas, Methanol, Anaerobic Digester Gas) & Geography-
Researchers from New York University and the Max Planck Institute in Stuttgart reveal how protons move in phosphoric acid in a Nature Chemistry study that sheds new light on the workings of a promising fuel cell electrolyte.
A new ceramic material described in this week's issue of the journal Science could help expand the applications for solid oxide fuel cells â€“ devices that generate electricity directly from a wide range of liquid or gaseous fuels without the need to separate hydrogen.
Heat has always been a problem for fuel cells. Thereâ€™s usually either too much (ceramic fuel cells) for certain portable uses, such as automobiles or electronics, or too little (polymer fuel cells) to be efficient.
- A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.