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Volume 6, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 0032-1400


Previous articles in this journal have described the development of palladium alloy diffusion cells for the purification of hydrogen. A range of commercial cells has now been made available by Johnson Matthey to make possible the large-scale production of ultra-pure hydrogen from hydrogen less pure, or from a range of industrial gases containing hydrogen. The construction, operation, performance and applications of these cells are described here.


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