NewsAn innovative catalyst with nanoparticles as anode material
in ethanol fuel cells

24th June 2020by admin0
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Scientists working at the Department for Functional
Nanomaterials at the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish
Academy of Sciences designed and synthesized a functional ternary
Pt/Re/SnO2/C catalyst as an anode material in a direct ethanol fuel
cell. It was possible by synthesizing platinum, rhenium and tin
oxide nanoparticles of a spherical shape and ensuring physical
contact between them. This finding will lead to the production of
more efficient, greener and cheaper fuel cell
catalysts.

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