|Research Areas & Activities Solar Energy Biomass Energy Hydrogen C-H Bonds in Carbon Nanotubes as an Energy Carrier Direct Solar Biohydrogen Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Ceramic Materials for Fuel Cells Atomic Force Microscopy Measurements of PEM Fuel Cells Processes Nanomaterials Engineering for Hydrogen Storage Hydrogen Effects on Climate, Stratospheric Ozone, and Air Pollution Biohydrogen Generation Micro- and Nano-Scale Electrochemistry Applied to Fuel Cells Monitoring Bioconversion Processes Advanced Combustion CO2 Capture CO2 Storage Advanced Materials & Catalysts Advanced Coal Advanced Transportation Advanced Electric Grid Grid Storage Other Renewables Integrated Assessment Advanced Nuclear Energy Geoengineering Exploratory Efforts All Activities Analysis Activities Technical Reports||
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Ceramic Materials for Fuel Cells
Start Date: January 2004
Jonathan Stebbins, Professor, Geological and Environmental Sciences; Fritz Prinz, Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering; Namjun Kim, Post-doctoral Researcher; Cheng-Han Hsieh, Hong Huang, Graduate Researchers, Stanford University
Updated February 2011
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