Fuel cells have attracted increasing attention as an alternative renewable power source for sectors including the automotive industry. One of the most promising types are proton exchange membrane fuel cells, which use hydrogen gas as fuel. Xiao Ling focuses on exploring water structure and transport properties in proton exchange membranes commonly used in fuel cell applications.
X. Ling: Probing Water Structure and Transport in Proton Exchange Membranes.
Prof. M. Bonn
Dr K.F. Domke (Max-Planck-Institute für Polymerforschung)
Dr S.H. Parekh (Max-Planck-Institute für Polymerforschung)
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