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Low Temperature, High Energy Density Micro Thin Film Solid Oxide Fuel Cell, Phase I

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Low Temperature, High Energy Density Micro Thin Film Solid Oxide Fuel Cell, Phase I
A new type of solid oxide fuel cell based on thin film technology and ultra-thin electrolyte is being proposed to develop to realize major reductions in fuel cell size, weight, and operating temperature, while significantly increasing power density. The thin film fuel cell is comprised of a micro-thin electrolyte (thickness ~ 1µm) that is grown on a foil nickel substrate. More »

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