Synthesis of advanced cathode with high activity for fuel cell by controlling the catalyst/support interface
The second area of research is the creation of a new concept for the electrolyte material, where the team will create a highly durable, highly conductive electrolyte material, even under the fuel cell operating conditions of a wide range of temperatures and humidity. The third area is the creation of a new concept for next-generation anode catalysts with higher resistance to impurities. The team will establish design guidelines for anode catalysts that can enable low-platinum usage, high robustness and high durability, via evaluation of MEAs using those catalysts.
Keywords: ANALYSIS OF PT-SKIN ALLOY CATALYSTS; ANODE CATALYSTS; CARBON SUPPORTS; CARBON-SUPPORT-BASED; CATHODE CATALYSTS MATERIAL; CERAMIC-SUPPORT-BASED CATHODE CATALYSTS; CONDUCTIVE CERAMICS; ELECTROLYTE MATERIAL; FUEL CELL; FUEL CELL OPERATING CONDITIONS; FUEL CELL VEHICLES; HIGH DURABILITY; HIGHLY CONDUCTIVE ELECTROLYTE MATERIAL; NANOMATERIALS; NEXT-GENERATION ANODE CATALYSTS; RANGE OF TEMPERATURES AND HUMIDITY; RESISTANCE TO IMPURITIES; SURFACE ELECTRONIC STATES
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 1, 2018
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