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Direct formic acid fuel cells (DFAFCs) have received considerable attention because they can generate a higher power density compared to other direct liquid fuel cells. However, when generated CO 2 bubbles are retained in the anode's porous transport layer (PTL), the performance of the DFAFCs deteriorates. The gas-liquid two-phase flow behavior within a PTL is not clear; therefore, in this work the power-generation characteristics of DFAFCs using two types of PTL, carbon paper and carbon cloth,doi:10.1149/1945-7111/abb565 fatcat:7imq3xfsjbbsbho4souy4hscx4