Jochen Kerres
Jochen Kerres
Head of Team: Polymer Membrane Synthesis, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Helmholtz-Institut Erlangen
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Development of ionomer membranes for fuel cells
JA Kerres
Journal of Membrane Science 185 (1), 3-27, 2001
Synthesis and characterization of novel acid–base polymer blends for application in membrane fuel cells
J Kerres, A Ullrich, F Meier, T Häring
Solid state ionics 125 (1-4), 243-249, 1999
Blended and cross‐linked ionomer membranes for application in membrane fuel cells
JA Kerres
Fuel Cells 5 (2), 230-247, 2005
New membranes for direct methanol fuel cells
L Jörissen, V Gogel, J Kerres, J Garche
Journal of Power Sources 105 (2), 267-273, 2002
Development and characterization of crosslinked ionomer membranes based upon sulfinated and sulfonated PSU crosslinked PSU blend membranes by disproportionation of sulfinic …
J Kerres, W Cui, R Disson, W Neubrand
Journal of membrane science 139 (2), 211-225, 1998
New sulfonated engineering polymers via the metalation route. I. Sulfonated poly (ethersulfone) PSU Udel® via metalation‐sulfination‐oxidation
J Kerres, W Cui, S Reichle
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 34 (12), 2421-2438, 1996
Properties, degradation and high temperature fuel cell test of different types of PBI and PBI blend membranes
QF Li, HC Rudbeck, A Chromik, JO Jensen, C Pan, T Steenberg, ...
Journal of Membrane Science 347 (1-2), 260-270, 2010
Development and characterization of ion-exchange polymer blend membranes
W Cui, J Kerres, G Eigenberger
Separation and purification technology 14 (1-3), 145-154, 1998
In-situ spin trap electron paramagnetic resonance study of fuel cell processes
A Panchenko, H Dilger, J Kerres, M Hein, A Ullrich, T Kaz, E Roduner
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 6 (11), 2891-2894, 2004
Preparation, characterization, and fuel cell application of new acid-base blend membranes
J Kerres, A Ullrich, T Haring, M Baldauf, U Gebhardt, W Preidel
Journal of New Materials for Electrochemical Systems 3 (3), 229-240, 2000
New sulfonated engineering polymers via the metalation route. II. Sulfinated/sulfonated poly (ether sulfone) PSU Udel and its crosslinking
J Kerres, W Zhang, W Cui
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 36 (9), 1441-1448, 1998
Application of different types of polyaryl-blend-membranes in DMFC
J Kerres, W Zhang, L Jorissen, V Gogel
Journal of New Materials for Electrochemical Systems 5, 2002
Proton‐conducting polymers with reduced methanol permeation
M Walker, KM Baumgärtner, M Kaiser, J Kerres, A Ullrich, E Räuchle
Journal of applied polymer science 74 (1), 67-73, 1999
Synergistically integrated phosphonated poly (pentafluorostyrene) for fuel cells
V Atanasov, AS Lee, EJ Park, S Maurya, ED Baca, C Fujimoto, M Hibbs, ...
Nature materials 20 (3), 370-377, 2021
Comparative investigations of ion-exchange membranes
S Koter, P Piotrowski, J Kerres
Journal of Membrane Science 153 (1), 83-90, 1999
Novel phosphoric acid-doped PBI-blends as membranes for high-temperature PEM fuel cells
F Mack, K Aniol, C Ellwein, J Kerres, R Zeis
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 3 (20), 10864-10874, 2015
Synthesis and characterization of sulfonated poly (arylene thioether) s and their blends with polybenzimidazole for proton exchange membranes
JK Lee, J Kerres
Journal of Membrane Science 294 (1-2), 75-83, 2007
Oxidative degradation of polybenzimidazole membranes as electrolytes for high temperature proton exchange membrane fuel cells
JH Liao, QF Li, HC Rudbeck, JO Jensen, A Chromik, NJ Bjerrum, J Kerres, ...
Fuel Cells 11 (6), 745-755, 2011
Cross‐linked polyaryl blend membranes for polymer electrolyte fuel cells
J Kerres, A Ullrich, M Hein, V Gogel, KA Friedrich, L Jörissen
Fuel Cells 4 (1‐2), 105-112, 2004
Partially Fluorinated Aarylene Polyethers and their Ternary Blends with PBI and H3PO4. Part II. Characterisation and Fuel Cell Tests of the Ternary Membranes
Q Li, JO Jensen, C Pan, V Bandur, MS Nilsson, F Schönberger, ...
Fuel Cells 8 (3‐4), 188-199, 2008
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