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Rajeswari Janarthanan, James L. Horan, Benjamin R. Caire, Zachary C. Ziegler, Yuan Yang, Xiaobing Zuo, Matthew W. Liberatore, Michael R. Hibbs and Andrew M. Herring Understanding anion transport in an aminated trimethyl polyphenylene with high anionic conductivity Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 51

Article first published online: 14 SEP 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/polb.23164

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The study of hydroxide ion conductivity in an inert atmosphere is important to obtain an accurate measurement. Otherwise, the hydroxides react rapidly with ambient carbon dioxide to form carbonates and bicarbonates. In this study, an in situ method with an environment chamber is used to investigate hydroxide ion conductivity. The results demonstrate a high conductivity for the hydroxide form of the membrane at similar experimental conditions.

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