UV curable cross-linked polymer and polymer-inorganic materials for fuel cell application

Development, energy and resource saving in the chemical and food technologies
Proceedings of the 2nd International Scientific Conference «Chemical Technology and Engineering»: June 24–28, 2019, Lviv: Lviv Polytechnic National University, 2018, pp. 74–75

Authors

First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Mariia Zhyhailo No mariiazhyhailo [at] ukr.net Department of Physical Chemistry of Fossil Fuel InPOOC NAS of Ukraine
Lviv, Ukraine
Khrystyna Rymsha No mariiazhyhailo [at] ukr.net Department of Physical Chemistry of Fossil Fuel InPOOC NAS of Ukraine
Lviv, Ukraine
Iryna Yevchuk Ph.D. mariiazhyhailo [at] ukr.net Department of Physical Chemistry of Fossil Fuel InPOOC NAS of Ukraine
Lviv, Ukraine
Oksana Demchyna Ph.D. mariiazhyhailo [at] ukr.net Department of Physical Chemistry of Fossil Fuel InPOOC NAS of Ukraine, UKRAINE
Lviv, Ukraine
Victoria Kochubei Ph.D. vicvitkoch [at] gmail.com National Lviv Polytechnic University
Lviv, Ukraine

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Abstract

Proton conductive cross-linked membranes (polyacrylate copolymer and polyacrylate-silica nanocomposites) were synthesized by UV initiated polymerization in situ. Proton conductivity of membranes, investigated by impedance spectrometry, was found to be sufficiently high. Contact angle measurements allow to estimate free surface energy of synthesized membranes. The membranes also exhibit good thermal stability.

References

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