WO/2015/124183 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR PRODUCING CARBON DIOXIDE, PURIFIED HYDROGEN AND ELECTRICITY FROM A REFORMED PROCESS GAS FEED||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/EP2014/053263||HTCERAMIX S.A.||DIETHELM, Stefan|
A method and system for producing carbon dioxide (435), purified hydrogen (213) and electricity from a reformed process gas feed (205) using a solid oxide fuel cell
SOFC (2), the method and system comprising the steps of: introducing the reformed process gas (205) into the solid oxide fuel cell
(2); in the solid oxide fuel cell
(2) converting hydrogen and carbon monoxide of the reformed process gas (205) in combination with oxygen into an anode off-gas (208) comprising steam, carbon dioxide and unconverted process gas; introducing the anode off-gas (208) into a high temperature water gas shift reactor (8);in the high temperature water-gas shift reactor (8), converting carbon monoxide and steam into carbon dioxide and hydrogen, introducing the gas (216) exiting the high temperature water-gas shift reactor (8) into a low temperature water-gas shift membrane reactor (4), in the low temperature water-gas shift membrane reactor (4), converting carbon monoxide and steam into carbon dioxide and hydrogen, whereby the low temperature water-gas shift membrane reactor (4) comprises a hydrogen pump (9) that produces purified hydrogen (213) on a permeate side (41), while removing hydrogen from a feed side (44).
WO/2015/124250 STABLE CATALYST INK FORMULATIONS, METHODS OF USING SUCH INKS IN FIBER FORMATION, AND ARTICLES COMPRISING SUCH FIBERS||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/EP2015/000086||MERCK PATENT GMBH||KAS, Onur|
The present invention relates to stable catalyst ink formulations comprising am electrospinning polymer selected from halogen-comprising polymers. The present invention further relates to electrospinning of such ink formulation, to the so-obtained electrospun fibrous mat as well as to articles comprising such electrospun fibrous mat.
WO/2015/124838 METHOD FOR PREPARING A FUEL CELL ELECTRODE MEMBRANE ASSEMBLY BY MEANS OF ELECTRODEPOSITION||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/FR2015/050137||COMMISSARIAT A L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES||FOUDA-ONANA, Frédéric|
The invention relates to a method for preparing a fuel cell
electrode membrane assembly by means of electrodeposition, which includes the following steps: depositing a composition containing at least one transition metal precursor and electronically conductive particles, on a main surface of a proton exchange membrane; drying the deposit; positioning the proton exchange membrane in an electrodeposition cell; reducing the transition metal precursor to transition metal particles having a degree of oxidation equal to 0, by causing an electric current to flow in the electrodeposition cell; and obtaining an electrode membrane assembly, the proton exchange membrane of which includes a main surface containing transition metal particles having a degree of oxidation equal to 0.
WO/2015/125695 POLYMER ELECTROLYTE MEMBRANE||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/JP2015/053906||KURARAY CO., LTD.||YAMASHITA, Taketomo|
A polymer electrolyte membrane obtained by shaping and then crosslinking a composition containing: a block copolymer (Z); a compound (X) having two or more aromatic rings including one or more hydrogen atoms substituted with a hydroxyl group in the molecule; and a compound (Y) represented by general formula (1), the block copolymer (Z) including a polymer block (A) comprising a structural unit derived from an aromatic vinyl compound and having an ion-conducting group and an amorphous polymer block (B) comprising a structural unit derived from an unsaturated resin hydrocarbon and not having an ion-conducting group. (In the formula, R1 represents a hydroxyl group, an alkyl group having 1 to 4 carbon atoms, an alkoxy group having 1 to 4 carbon atoms, or a carboxyl group, each of R2 and R3 independently represents a hydrogen atom, a hydroxyl group, an alkyl group having 1 to 4 carbon atoms, an alkenyl group having 1 to 4 carbon atoms, an alkoxy group having 1 to 4 carbon atoms, or a carboxyl group. )
WO/2015/125696 POLYMER ELECTROLYTE MEMBRANE||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/JP2015/053908||KURARAY CO., LTD.||YAMASHITA, Taketomo|
A polymer electrolyte membrane obtained by molding a composition and subjecting the resulting composition to crosslinking, the composition containing a block copolymer (Z), a compound (X), and a compound (Y). The block copolymer (Z) contains a polymer block (A), which comprises structural units derived from an aromatic vinyl compound and has an ion-conductive group, and an amorphous polymer block (B), which comprises structural units derived from an unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbon and does not have an ion-conductive group. The compound (X) has, in the molecule, two or more aromatic rings in which one or more hydrogens are substituted with a hydroxyl group, and has a structure in which adjacent aromatic rings are bonded via a C1-3 carbon chain containing at least one methylene group. The compound (Y) is represented by general formula (1). (In the formula, R1 represents a hydrogen or C1-2 alkyl group, and R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, and R7 independently represent a hydrogen, hydroxyl group, C1-4 alkyl group, or C1-4 alkoxy group.)
WO/2015/125597 CURABLE COMPOSITION AND CURED POLYMER PRODUCT||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/JP2015/052887||FUJIFILM CORPORATION||INOMATA, Sotaro|
Provided are a curable composition that contains a compound represented by general formula (1), a polymerization initiator and a chain transfer agent; and a cured polymer product. In general formula (1), m is an integer between 1 and 4 and n is an integer between 1 and 4. However, the sum of m and n does not exceed 5. MA denotes a proton or an inorganic or organic ion. Here, the inorganic ion and organic ion may be divalent or higher ions. R1 and R2 each independently denote a hydrogen atom or an alkyl group.
WO/2015/127442 ANODE, CELL, AND METHOD OF STABILIZING AN ANODE FOR USE IN A LITHIUM ION ELECTROCHEMICAL CELL||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/US2015/017307||ONED MATERIAL LLC||ZHU, Yimin|
A battery comprises an anode, a cathode, a first reference electrode, and a second reference electrode. The battery also include an electrolyte between each of the anode, cathode, first reference electrode, and second reference electrode.
WO/2015/125748 GAS DIFFUSION ELECTRODE SUBSTRATE, AND MEMBRANE ELECTRODE ASSEMBLY AND FUEL CELL PROVIDED THEREWITH||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/JP2015/054194||TORAY INDUSTRIES, INC.||TANIMURA, Yasuaki|
A gas diffusion electrode substrate that can be used in a fuel cell
and is configured from an electrode substrate and microporous parts, wherein a microporous part (A) is formed on one surface of the electrode substrate, and a microporous part (B) is formed on a portion inside the electrode substrate. The gas diffusion electrode substrate has sections in which microporous part (B) is present and is continuous from the electrode substrate surface on the side on which microporous part (A) is formed to a position near the electrode substrate surface on the reverse side, and sections in which voids are distributed so as to be continuous from the electrode substrate surface on the side on which microporous part (A) is formed to the electrode substrate surface on the reverse side.
WO/2015/126131 REDOX FLOW BATTERY||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/KR2015/001580||OCI COMPANY LTD.||HONG, Ji-Eun|
The present invention relates to a redox flow battery and, more particularly, to a redox flow battery for supplying a battery cell with a catholyte and an anolyte and performing charging/discharging using a vanadium-containing active material and a cation exchange membrane, wherein the catholyte and the anolyte contain vanadium ions as active ions, a difference between the amount of the catholyte and the amount of the anolyte is maintained at 10% or less, and the total concentration of anions contained in the anolyte exceeds the total concentration of anions contained in the catholyte. Accordingly, the redox flow battery can control water transfer in the battery and minimize a change in the volumes of electrolytes.
WO/2015/125750 GAS DIFFUSION ELECTRODE SUBSTRATE||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/JP2015/054196||TORAY INDUSTRIES, INC.||UTSUNOMIYA, Masamichi|
A gas diffusion electrode substrate used in a fuel cell
, obtained by forming a microporous layer comprising a carbon-based filler and a fluororesin on one surface of an electrode substrate, wherein the water sliding angle on the reverse side to that upon which the microporous layer is formed does not exceed 30°, and the orthogonal gas permeation resistance is 15-190mmAq.