Anion Exchange Membranes,Thickness:220饾渿m

Catalog Number ACMA00033517
Application 路Alkali recovery
路Electrolytic diaphragm
Color Form Light yellow
Feature High strength, alkali resistance
Ionic Form Cl-
Moisture Content 33%-40%
Notice For Use 路Soak in 5% NaCl solution for 24 hours for pretreatment
路Use under humid conditions to avoid dryness
路Avoid excessive bending, folding and close to sharp objects
路Store in 1-72% sodium chloride solution and avoid light
路Avoid use in solutions containing oils, oxidizing substances (concentrated nitric acid, perchloric acid, etc.) and ionic high molecular weight organic compounds (surfactants, etc.)
pH Range 0-14
Product Type Anion
Rupture Strength 鈮0.9Mpa
Selectivity 90%
Sheet Resistance 4.1饾浐路cm2
Size We can provide special customized size according to your requirement
Specification Single Sheet
Thermal Stability <60掳C
Thickness 220饾渿m

What is the purpose of anion exchange membranes in fuel cells?

The purpose of anion exchange membranes in fuel cells is to enable the oxidation of complex fuels beyond hydrogen and methanol.

What are some other applications of anion exchange membranes?

Anion exchange membranes also have applications in energy storage, water electrolyzers, and redox flow batteries.

Are anion exchange membranes commonly used in water treatment applications?

Yes, anion exchange membranes have been known for a long time in water treatment applications.

What are the main challenges in the development of anion exchange membranes for fuel cell technology?

The main challenges are the intrinsic stability of the polymers and demonstrating long device lifetime.

What are some approaches to developing stable materials for anion exchange membranes?

Some approaches include using new types of cations that employ delocalization and steric shielding to mitigate nucleophilic attack by hydroxide.

Are fluorinated membranes necessary for solid polymer electrolyte AMFCs?

Fluorinated membranes are not necessarily required for solid polymer electrolyte AMFCs, but their utility is being evaluated.

Are precious metal catalysts required for AMFCs?

Precious metal catalysts are not needed at least at the cathode, and they may not be necessary on the anode with more research on hydrogen oxidation under basic conditions.

What opportunities do AMFCs offer in terms of fuel cell deployment?

AMFCs offer the opportunity for easier oxidation of carbon-containing fuels and the oxidation of carbon-carbon bonds, opening up new opportunities in fuel cell deployment.

What is the standard method for producing anion exchange membranes?

The standard method involves chloromethylation of an aromatic polymer and quaternization of benzylchloride with a tertiary amine.

Have new routes for synthesizing anion exchange membranes been developed?

Yes, new routes such as direct polymerization of cationic monomers or precursors to cationic groups have expanded the number of approaches to new anion exchange membranes.

Technical Information

Anion Exchange Membrane Electrolysis Technology

Anion Exchange Membrane Electrolysis Technology Anion exchange membrane (AEM) electrolysis technology combines the advantages of traditional alkaline electrolysis technology and proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolysis technology.

  • How AEM Electrolysis Technology Works
  • Key Factors Influencing AEM Electrolysis
  • Membrane Electrode Assembly
Anion Exchange Membrane Electrolysis Technology

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