Mesoporous polybenzimidazole doped with phosphoric acid shows enhanced proton conductivity compared to an equivalent, nonporous membrane. The introduction of a defined nanostructure into crosslinked poly(benzimidazole)/phosphoric acid composites is thus a promising approach towards membranes of high temperature stability suitable for fuel cell applications.
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