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Research Theme - Functional Polymer Research

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Highly Durable Polymer Electrolytes Membranes for a Fuel Cell

Using electron beam and g-rays, we have been conducting graft polymerization of novel thermally stable monomers, the sulfonation reaction of the resulting grafting polymer chains, and inorganic nano-particles by sol-gel methods. We have been developing ion beam techniques to prepare anisotropically conducting polymer electrolytes, consisting of highly conductive cyrindrical layers surrounded by a thermally stable matrix resion. The nanoscopic structures and fuel cell properties of the resulting polymer electrolyte membranes will be characterized using X-ray and neutron scattering methods.

  1. Creation of Fuel Cell Electrolyte Membranes Using Quantum Beam Process Technologies.
  2. Development of Polymer Eectrolyte Membranes for Hydrogen Type Fuel Cells Using Electron Beams and g-rays.
  3. Creation of Anisotropic Conducting Electrolyte Membranes Using an Ion Beam Technique

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