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Inventor:
Hosaka; Minoru
Address:
Tokyo, JP
No. of patents:
3
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5897972 Molten carbonate fuel cell April 27, 1999
There is provided a molten carbonate fuel cell including (a) fuel electrodes, (b) air electrodes, and (c) electrolytic plates sandwiched between the fuel and air electrodes, and one of each of the fuel electrodes, the air electrodes and the electrolytic plates cooperating with one an
4769298 Laminated fuel cell September 6, 1988
A laminated fuel cell which can generate high output power in a simple manner, can be fabricated in a simple manner, can facilitate the transportion and can improve the efficiency of installation space.
4753857 Laminated fuel cell June 28, 1988
In an internal manifold type laminated fuel cell, in order to feed two kinds of gases to a cathode and an anode, respectively, through a separator plate, spacers for separately supplying the gases to the cathode and the anode, respectively, are disposed over the surfaces, respectively,










 
 
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