Abstract:Saline water electrolysis (SWE) is an electrochemical process to simultaneously produce hydrogen (H2), chlorine (Cl2), and sodium hydroxide (NaOH) with high purity levels (e.g., 99.999%) by applying electric power to saline water. The state-of-the art SWE membrane, Flemion®, has excellent chemical resistance to harsh SWE conditions, but still needs to lower its energy consumption by reducing its ohmic resistance to Na+ ion transport. Meanwhile, most of cation exchange membranes (CEMs) have been suffering from … Show more
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