Anion-exchange Membranes in Electrochemical Energy Systems
This article provides an up-to-date perspective on the use of anion-exchange membranes in fuel cells, electrolysers, redox flow batteries, reverse electrodialysis cells, and bioelectrochemical systems (e.g. microbial fuel cells). The aim is to highlight key concepts, misconceptions, the current state-of-the-art, technological and scientific limitations, and the future challenges (research priorities) related to the use of anion-exchange membranes in these energy technologies. All the references that the authors deemed relevant, and were available on the web by the manuscript submission date (30th April 2014), are included.
Published in Energy and Environmental Science, Volume 7, Issue 10, Fall 2014, pages 3135-3191.
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Varcoe, J., Atanassov, P., Dekel, D., Herring, A., Hickner, M., & Kohl, P. et al. (2014). Anion-exchange membranes in electrochemical energy systems. Energy Environ. Sci., 7(10), 3135-3191. doi: 10.1039/c4ee01303d