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Impedance spectroscopy studies of dual membrane fuel cell

Abstract : This paper reports impedance studies of a dual membrane fuel cell - an innovative design based on the idea for a junction between an oxygen ion conducting cathode/electrolyte part and proton conducting anode/electrolyte part through a mixed oxygen ion and proton conducting porous membrane. Thus oxygen, hydrogen and water are located in three independent chambers. This concept allows avoiding all the severe pitfalls connected to the presence of water at electrodes in both SOFC and PCFC. The performed measurements of the 3 compartments and the data analysis are improved by introducing some specialized approaches and techniques, which are discussed. The impedance contribution in the proof of the new concept is also presented.
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Daria Vladikova, Zdravko Stoynov, Gergana Raikova, Alain Thorel, Anthony Chesnaud, et al.. Impedance spectroscopy studies of dual membrane fuel cell. Electrochimica Acta, Elsevier, 2011, 56, pp.7955-7962. ⟨10.1016/j.electacta.2011.02.007⟩. ⟨hal-00662342⟩

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