- Top of page
- Why do we need anion exchange membranes in fuel cells?
- What is limiting transport in alkaline fuel cells?
- Why did you choose hydroxide transport facilitators to promote transport in your membrane?
- How do the triazole moieties in the membrane promote anion transport?
Invited for this month′s front cover is the group of Wolfgang Binder, collaborating with Michael D. Guiver of the National Research Council of Canada. The image demonstrates how an anion-exchange membrane based on clicked 1,2,3-triazoles can facilitate the transport of hydroxide ions. Read the full text of the article on page 1376