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Electrochemistry
Vol. 77 (2009) No. 3 P 210-213

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http://doi.org/10.5796/electrochemistry.77.210

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Micro-structure of catalyst layer influences performance of direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC). The dry-squeegee method which was a technique proposed for catalyst layer formation, was found to form a dense and uniform catalyst layer. The membrane electrode assembly (MEA) prepared by using the dry-squeegee method (MEA-ds) had a better performance than that prepared by conventional methods including dropper and brush method, since the MEA-ds had a shorter proton path from the catalyst surface to polymer membrane and many active reaction sites than other MEAs.

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