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The effect of PtRuIr nanoparticle crystallinity in electrocatalytic methanol oxidation
Two structural forms of a ternary alloy PtRuIr/C catalyst, one amorphous and one highly crystalline, were synthesized and compared to determine the effect of their respective structures on their activity and stability as ...
Amorphous Pt@dCu/CNT catalyst for methanol elextrooxidation
(South African Chemical Institute (SACI), 2013)
A multi-walled carbon nanotube-supported, Pt decorated nano-sized amorphous PdCu alloy cores (denoted as Pt@PdCu/CNT) catalyst with lower Pt loading is synthesized via a galvanic displacement reaction. The structure is ...
Selenium functionalized carbon for high dispersion of platinumeruthenium nanoparticles and its effect on the electrocatalytic oxidation of methanol
Using selenium functionalized carbon as supports, platinumeruthenium nanoparticles were highly dispersed on the carbon surface, and showed improved electrochemical properties for methanol electrooxidation. The method ...
Platinum overlaid PdCulr/C: an Improved Methanol Oxidation Elextrocatalyst
A platinum overlaid PdCuIr/C (Pt-PdIrCu/C) anodic catalyst for direct methanol fuel cell was prepared by a two-step reduction method. Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and X-ray diffraction (XRD) results show that the ...
1D NiHPO4 nanotubes prepared using dissolution equilibrium as bifunctional electrocatalyst for high-efficiency water splitting
(Journal of Power Sources, 2021)
In this work, one-dimensional NiHPO4 nanotubes are successfully fabricated on nickel foam by hydrothermal reaction, in which a dissolution equilibrium between phosphates is controlled by tuning the proportion of the mixed ...
Selectivity of oxygen evolution reaction on carbon cloth-supported δ-mno2 nanosheets in electrolysis of real seawater
Electrolysis of seawater using solar and wind energy is a promising technology for hydrogen production which is not affected by the shortage of freshwater resources. However, the competition of chlorine evolution reactions ...