Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy in PEM Fuel Cells

Fuel cells, as environmentally-friendly power generation devices, have been fully recognized by scientists, governments, and the public as a unique solution to several of the most important issues that we face today: diminishing supplies of fossil fuels, environmental pollution, and global warming

Xiao-Zi Yuan; Chaojie Song; Haijiang Wang; Jiujun Zhang

2009

Scholarcy highlights

  • Fuel cells, as environmentally-friendly power generation devices, have been fully recognized by scientists, governments, and the public as a unique solution to several of the most important issues that we face today: diminishing supplies of fossil fuels, environmental pollution, and global warming
  • The increasing speed of the development of fuel cell technologies brings many new researchers from different backgrounds into the field and, the electrochemical impedance spectroscopy technique is well-developed in other areas, it cannot be automatically transferred and applied to fuel cell research
  • Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy in PEM Fuel Cells will enable readers to explore the frontiers of EIS technology in PEM fuel cell research and other electrochemical systems
  • As well as being a useful text for electrochemists, it can help researchers who are unfamiliar with EIS to learn the technique quickly and to use it correctly in their fuel cell research
  • Her research focuses on PEM fuel cell design, testing, diagnosis, and durability
  • In 1997 he began working with Natural Resources Canada as a research scientist, carrying out research on fuel cell technology
  • Professor Zhang holds several adjunct professorships, including one at the University of Waterloo and one at the University of British Columbia

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