Fuel cells continue to be heralded as the energy source of the future, and every year an immense amount of research time and money is devoted making them more economically and technically viable. This compendium brings together an up-to-date review of the literature and commentary surrounding fuel cells research. Covering all relevant disciplines from science to engineering to policy, it is an exceptional resource for anyone with an invested interest in the field. ac Provides an comprehensive selection of reviews and other industrially focused material on fuel cells research ac Broadly scoped to encompass many disciplines, from science to engineering, to applications and policy. ac In-depth coverage of the two major types of fuel cells: Ceramic (Solid Oxide) and Polymers (Proton Exchange Membranes)Pure metal single crystals and wellcharacterized bulk alloys have been used quite successfully as models for real (commercial) electrocatalysts. Given the sheer volume of all work in electrocatalysis that is on fuel cell reactions, we will focusanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fuel Cells Compendium|
|Author||:||Dr. Nigel N.P Brandon, Dr. David Thompsett|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2005-11-24|