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The materials and processes for forming fuel cell electrodes can include substrates of codeposited materials including an electrically conductive material, such as graphite, a polymer film, such as a proton-exchange membrane, and a catalytic material, such as platinum. The material may be applied to a polymer film by combustion chemical vapor deposition (CCVD) to produce a layered membrane, or the polymer may be deposited simultaneously with the catalytic coating to produce a membrane wherein the layers are intermingled. Proton exchange membranes prepared by this method are useful in the manufacture of fuel cells.

Title
Materials and processes for providing fuel cells and active membranes
Application Number
9/316855
Publication Number
6403245 (B1)
Application Date
May 21, 1999
Publication Date
June 11, 2002
Inventor
Andrew T Hunt
Atlanta
GA, US
Agent
Edward J Kelly
US
Alfred H Muratori
US
Wayne E Nacker
US
Assignee
MicroCoating Technologies
GA, US
IPC
H01M 8/10
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