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Title: Recent Advances in High-Performance Direct Methanol Fuel Cells
Authors: Narayanan, S. R.
Chun, W.
Valdez, T. I.
Jeffries-Nakamura, B.
Frank, H.
Surumpudi, S.
Halpert, G.
Kosek, J.
Cropley, C.
La Conti, A.B.
Smart, M.
Wang, Q. J.
Prakash, G. S.
Olah, G.
Issue Date: 17-Nov-1996
Citation: Orlando, Florida, USA
Abstract: Direct methanol fuel cells for portable power applications have been advanced significantly under DARPA- and ARO-sponsored programs over the last five years. A liquid-feed, direct methanol fuel cell developed under these programs, employs a proton exchange membrane as electrolyte and operates on aqueous solutions of methanol with air or oxygen as the oxidant.
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