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A Demonstration of Carbon-Assisted Water Electrolysis
AbstractIt is shown that carbon fuel cell technology can be combined with that of high temperature steam electrolysis by the incorporation of carbon fuel at the cell anode, with the resulting reduction of the required electrolysis voltage by around 1 V. The behaviour of the cell current density and applied voltage are shown to be connected with the threshold of electrolysis and the main features are compared with theoretical results from the literature. The advantage arises from the avoidance of efficiency losses associated with electricity generation using thermal cycles, as well as the natural separation of the carbon dioxide product stream for subsequent processing.
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Ewan, B.C.; Adeniyi, O.D. A Demonstration of Carbon-Assisted Water Electrolysis. Energies 2013, 6, 1657-1668.View more citation formats
Ewan BC, Adeniyi OD. A Demonstration of Carbon-Assisted Water Electrolysis. Energies. 2013; 6(3):1657-1668.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ewan, Bruce C.; Adeniyi, Olalekan D. 2013. "A Demonstration of Carbon-Assisted Water Electrolysis." Energies 6, no. 3: 1657-1668.
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