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DOE grant focuses on next generation anion exchange membranes

(Penn State) Low cost, durable, commercially viable polymer-based anion exchange membranes are the focus of a $2,300,000 grant from the US Department of Energy to an industry, government, university collaboration including Penn Stat...
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