Tuesday, 22 July 2008

NMR study published in 'Fuel Cells'

Last week, I received an email with the table of contents for the most recent edition of the journal 'Fuel Cells' to find that in this edition, they had published an article I had submitted to the journal. The article presents the findings of an NMR study of the proton transport mechanisms in a phosphoric acid doped polymer that has potential as a fuel cell membrane. The polymer consists of two components - one crystalline, the other amorphous - and the results suggest that the proton transport takes place more readily in the amorphous phase. This work was completed during a six month project with the Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell group at the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN). Being one of the major energy research institutes in the Netherlands, I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work with them, and also to be able to publish the work we did together.


contrarybear said...

Congrats on the publication!

If you're still in Delft most days, we should try and meet up for a celebratory dinner & drink after work sometime soon.

Egor Kloos said...

Celebratory dinner & drink sounds like a capital idea!

Alphast said...

Congratulations Hayley! Hey, who knows, you might even become famous... ;-)