Titania and Carbon Nanotube Composite Catalyst Supports for Durable Electrocatalyst Performance
The development of dual phase composite catalyst supports from carbon nanotubes and metal oxides can resist performance degradation. Carbon nanotubes provide a conductive framework and titanium oxides can form a strong bond with platinum catalysts. The combination of this composite material has been shown to offer some improvements in the performance durability of this electrocatalyst in the cathode of a polymer electrolyte fuel cell.
Postprint version. Published in ECS Transactions, Volume 50, Issue 2, 2013, pages 1681-1692.
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Rigdon, W.A., Sightler, J.J., Larrabee, D., McPherson, E., Huang, X. (2013). Titania and Carbon Nanotube Composite Catalyst Supports for Durable Electrocatalyst Performance. ECS Transactions, 50(2), 1681-1692.