Fullerene-based electrolyte for fuel cells

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United States of America Patent

PATENT NO 6949304
APP PUB NO 20050014051A1
SERIAL NO

10867380

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Proton conductive fullerene materials are incorporated in minor amounts into various polymeric materials to enhance the low relative humidity proton conductivity properties of the polymeric material. The resulting proton conductors may be used as polymer electrolyte membranes in fuel cells operative over a wide range of relative humidity conditions and over a wide range of temperatures from below room temperature to above the boiling point of water.

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MATERIALS AND ELECTROCHEMICAL RESEARCH (MER) CORPORATION7960 S KOLB ROAD TUCSON AS 85756
MC RESEARCH & INNOVATION CORP601 PINE AVENUE SUITE C GOLETA CA 93117

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Loutfy, Raouf O Tucson, AZ 50 681
Pugazhendhi, Perumal Tucson, AZ 2 1
Tasaki, Ken Goleta, CA 10 11
Venkatesan, Arunkumar Santa Barbara, CA 7 9

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