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Aquivion® E98-09S

membrane sheet, contains CF3 polymer chain ends as stabilizer, PFSA eq. wt. 980 g/mole SO3H, L × W × thickness 18 cm × 18 cm × 90 μm

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Synonym(s):
Aquivion® SO3H, Tetrafluoroethylene-perfluoro(3-oxa-4-pentenesulfonic acid) copolymer, Ethanesulfonic acid
Linear Formula:
[CF2CF(OCF2CF2SO3H)]m[CF2CF2]n
CAS Number:
NACRES:
NA.23

form

membrane sheet

contains

CF3 polymer chain ends as stabilizer

L × W × thickness

18 cm × 18 cm × 90 μm

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General description

Aquivion® PFSA ionomer membranes are melt-extruded films based on the short-side-chain (SSC) copolymer of Tetrafluoroethylene and the Sulfonyl Fluoride Vinyl Ether (SFVE) F2C=CF-O-(CF2)2-SO2F industrially produced by Solvay Specialty Polymers. Following a film hydrolysis the perfluoropolymer′s functional groups are operative in their sulfonic acid form, SO3H.

Application

Aquivion® PFSA membranes are used for electrochemical applications such as, but not limited to, polymer electrolyte fuel cells, electro-deionization systems, ozone generators, water electrolyzers, hydrogen separators and compressors, redox flow batteries as well as pervaporation or gas humidification systems.

Other Notes

Handling:
Membranes are packed and sealed in a barrier protection pouch inside a cardboard box to prevent damage or deterioration. It is recommendable storing the product in a clean, humidity-controlled environment protected from direct sunlight or other sources of irradiation or heat. Sheet dimensions are based on product conditioned at 23 °C and about 50 % relative humidity. They may slightly vary upon exposure to different ambient conditions. Maximum temperature rating is 230°C, overheating will result in polymer degradation, discoloration and release of toxic volatile decomposition products.

Legal Information

Aquivion is a registered trademark of Solvay Group

Storage Class Code

11 - Combustible Solids

WGK

WGK 3

Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable


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