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Self-Assembling Growth of Fractal Catalysts on Fuel Cell's Electrode

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The research of processes of formation of nickel catalyst as nanodendritic coverings on cermet surface was realized by means of computer simulations. Processes of arising, growing and reconstruction of nickel fractal nanodendrites was investigated, calculation of its physicochemical properties was also given. A new model of the multi-objective cellular automation for computer imitation of the self-organized aggregation of fractal nanodendrites was realized. The novelty of the model is that the particles participating in process of diffusion limited aggregation are joined together due to the directed contact connections of supramolecular bonds type that causes a process of self-organization of nonequilibrium multiparticles.
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Keywords: CATALYSTS FOR FUEL CELLS; COMPUTER NANOTECHNOLOGY; FRACTAL NANOCLUSTERS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-02-01

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