DuPont continues to improve fuel cell PEM membranes

Biswajit “Jit” Choudhury of DuPont’s fuel cell research team gave a talk on material challenges to meet polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) fuel cell durability requirements at the recent Materials Research Society 2008 Spring Meeting in San Francisco. DuPont’s history with fuel cells stretches back ...

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