Preparation of the fuel cell bipolar plates based on epoxy resin/graphite and polybenzoxazine/graphite composites
Nowadays, alternative power energy sources play a crucial role in energy technology . Fuel cells (FCs) have been developed as a candidate for zero-emission and alternative power sources in this field. Bipolar plates (BPs) are a key component of FCs, as they distribute gas, collect current, and remove heat. As a consequence, the creation of polymerbased electrically conductive composites for fuel cells’ BPs is important . The balance between the high electrical conductivity, mechanical characteristics, and other properties of bipolar plates is very crucial for the effective work of the fuel cells.
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