PFSA

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AcronymDefinition
PFSAPolish Financial Supervision Authority (est. 2006)
PFSAPerfluorosulfonic Acid (chemistry)
PFSAPanasonic Factory Solutions Company of America (Buffalo Grove, IL)
PFSAPort Facility Security Assessment
PFSAPagan Federation of South Africa
PFSAPrograms, Functions, Services and Activities
PFSAProbabilistic Finite State Automata
PFSAPlastics Federation of South Africa
PFSAPublic Facilities Set-Aside
PFSAPharmaceutical Funding and Supply Agency (Ethiopia World Bank)
PFSAPublic Financial Services Agency
PFSAPhilatelic Federation of South Africa
PFSAPublic Fleet Supervisors Association
PFSAPost Fielding Support Analysis
PFSAParent Faculty Student Association
PFSAParticipatory Fisheries Stock Assessment
PFSAPetroleum Fuels Storage Area
PFSAPhilippine Fulbright Scholars Association
PFSAPennsylvania Financial Services Association
PFSAPilot and Feasibility Study Award
PFSAParticipatory Farming Systems Analysis
PFSAPutnam Family Support and Advocacy, Inc. (Carmel, NY)
PFSAPrevious Fuel Storage Area
PFSAPartnerships for Success Academy
PFSAProtection from Stalking Act
PFSAParent Faculty Staff Association
PFSAPrepaid Food Services Accounts
PFSAPriority First Service Agreement
PFSAPathfinder Systems Australia
PFSAParking Facility Standards Award (Canada)
PFSAParents and Friends of the School Association (UK)
PFSAPlate-Fed Slot Antenna
PFSAPowerForce Sub Assembly
PFSAParent and Family Support Advisor (UK)
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However, high cost, low glass-transition temperature, high gas permeability, fuel different from pure hydrogen, and environmental incompatibility have been issues for the perfluorosulfonic Acid (PFSA) membranes that limit their further applications.
The fastest growth overall for fluoropolymers will be in smaller-volume resins, such as perfluoroalkoxy (PFA) polymers, polyvinyl fluoride (PVF) films, and perfluorosulfonic acid polymers.
BCC also noted that while perfluorosulfonic acid polymers "and their close relatives" currently dominate the membrane market for PEM fuel cells, other materials may become useful in the near future, including sulfonated hydrocarbons, heterocyclics such as polybenzimidazole (PBI) and "their related polymers and esters modified.
Contract awarded for Supply and Delivery of Perfluorosulfonic Acid Materials for Flow Battery
Perfluorosulfonic acid membranes, the best known example of which is DuPont's Nafion, are most widely used in fuel cells because of their high proton conductivity, high chemical stability and excellent mechanical properties.
A typical membrane is based on a perfluorosulfonic acid ionomer.
Nowadays, hydrated perfluorosulfonic acid membranes, such as Dupont's Nafion, are typically used as the polymer electrolytes in hydrogen/oxygen polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) fuel cells because of their excellent chemical and mechanical stability, as well as high proton conductivity.