An Experimental Study on the Performance of a Zinc Air Fuel Cell with Inexpensive Metal Oxide Catalysts and Porous Organic Polymer Separators
- An Experimental Study on the Performance of a Zinc Air Fuel Cell with Inexpensive Metal Oxide Catalysts and Porous Organic Polymer Separators
- 프라발; 김홍곤
- zinc air fuel cell; ZAFC; metal oxide catalyst; Nylon filter
- Issue Date
- Journal of industrial and engineering chemistry
- VOL 16, NO 1, 39-44
- A zinc air fuel cell (ZAFC) of taper-end structure was designed andmanufactured with a polyamide-base
engineering plastic. An air cathode with multiple layers of blended inexpensive metal oxides, MnO2 and
CeO2, showed a remarkably stable electricity-generating performance even at high current density. A
cheap thin Nylon filter was found as a potential candidate for the separator in ZAFC because of its high
stability and durability in the alkali electrolyte and proper pore size.
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