Keywords Porous anodic aluminium oxide template (AAO) · Asymmetric membrane · Quaternized polysulfone · Anion exchange membrane * Xuemei Wu firstname.lastname@example.org Extended author information available on the last page of the article Vol.:(0123456789) 1 3 1152 Journal of Applied Electrochemistry (2018) 48:1151–1161 self-assembly and possess potential applications in sens- 1 Introduction ing and chemical separations [26, 27], AEMs with aligned ionic transport micropores have not been reported in the The current environmental and energy issues have literature. Moreover, aligned channels are not enough for increased and motivated the research efforts towards the porous AEMs applied in fuel cells, as a dense layer is efficient and alternative energy conversion devices [1 , also needed to suppress fuel penetration. 2]. Among them, anion exchange membrane fuel cell Porous anodic aluminium oxide (AAO) is a popular tem- (AEMFC) has been treated as a promising power source plate for the fabrication of the one-dimensional nanofibres due to the fast electrooxidation kinetics, platinum-free due to its ideal cylindrical pore shape and extremely nar- electrocatalysts and fuel flexibility (e.g., ethanol, formate, row pore size distribution [28–30]. On the basis of an AAO ethylene glycol, etc.) [3–7]. As one of the key components, template, a novel nanofibrous asymmetric structure
Journal of Applied Electrochemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 2, 2018
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