Flawed graphene structure makes fuel cells better

March 18, 2015 4:33 AM

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Flawed graphene structure actually improves fuel cells. A new study has found that the efficiency of fuel cells can be improved by introducing flaws into graphene used in these cells.

The researchers say that the honeycomb structure of atom-thick graphene allows having a number of tiny holes results in a proton-selective membrane paving the way for improved fuel cells.

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