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November 1st, 2004

Fuel Cell Membrane Shootout Showcases Hydrocarbon Superiority

Abstract:
PolyFuel Inc. is running a real-time shootout between one of its revolutionary, hydrocarbon-based direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) membranes, and Du Pont's Nafion 117, at the Fuel Cell Seminar here through November 4. Utilizing absolutely identical test setups that differ only in the membrane, PolyFuel is running demonstrations continuously over the four-day period.

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