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Proton conductors: NMR solidifies fuel cells

Revealing the distribution of protons and oxygen vacancies in perovskite-type proton conductors using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy could open up research to develop practical intermediate-temperature solid oxide fuel cells, according to research from Japan. 

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