This work reports on a novel, hybrid solid-state membrane based on sulfated titania nanoparticles stabilized by a polyvinylidene fluoride-hexafluoropropylene copolymer. A fast solvent-casting technique was adopted as a valid alternative to a fully dry, hot-pressing preparation procedure. Self-standing, flexible membranes with high proton conductivity were obtained.

Hybrid membranes based on sulfated titania nanoparticles as low-cost proton conductors

HASSOUN, Jusef;
2013

Abstract

This work reports on a novel, hybrid solid-state membrane based on sulfated titania nanoparticles stabilized by a polyvinylidene fluoride-hexafluoropropylene copolymer. A fast solvent-casting technique was adopted as a valid alternative to a fully dry, hot-pressing preparation procedure. Self-standing, flexible membranes with high proton conductivity were obtained.
2013
Mirko, Sgambetterra; Stefania, Panero; Hassoun, Jusef; Maria Assunta, Navarra
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