Trace Impurity Analysis of Hydrogen Fuel in Fuel Cell Vehicle-Related Fields

With the development of fuel cell technology for electricity generation using hydrogen (H) as fuel, attention is turning to household fuel cell systems and fuel cell vehicles. However, one of the problems associated with fuel cells in their current state is the presence of carbon monoxide (CO) in the hydrogen fuel used in the fuel cells.
Here we introduce an example of high-sensitivity analysis of carbon monoxide in hydrogen and simultaneous analysis of impurities in hydrogen using the Tracera high-sensitivity gas chromatograph equipped with a BID detector.

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Gas Chromatography
Hydrogen, Impurity, Carbon monoxide, CO, Simultaneous analysis, Fuel cell, FC, Fuel Cell vehicle, FCV, ISO14687-2, Barrier discharge ionization detector, SPLITTER-INJ, Hydrocarbon Processing Industry (Petrochemical, Chemical), Li-ion Battery, Tracera, MGS-2010, BID
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