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Issue 5, 2013
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Surface dealloyed PtCo nanoparticles supported on carbon nanotube: facile synthesis and promising application for anion exchange membrane direct crude glycerolfuel cell

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Abstract

Carbon nanotube-supported surface dealloyed PtCo nanoparticles are synthesized as highly active glycerol oxidation catalysts via a facile surfactant and thermo free process. The direct crude glycerol anion exchange membrane fuel cell using this nanocomposite as the anode catalyst (0.5 mgPt cm−2) can achieve a peak power density of 268.5 mW cm−2 at 80 °C and ambient pressure.

Graphical abstract: Surface dealloyed PtCo nanoparticles supported on carbon nanotube: facile synthesis and promising application for anion exchange membrane direct crude glycerol fuel cell

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Submitted
05 Dec 2012
Accepted
22 Feb 2013
First published
25 Feb 2013

Green Chem., 2013,15, 1133-1137
Article type
Communication

Surface dealloyed PtCo nanoparticles supported on carbon nanotube: facile synthesis and promising application for anion exchange membrane direct crude glycerol fuel cell

J. Qi, L. Xin, Z. Zhang, K. Sun, H. He, F. Wang, D. Chadderdon, Y. Qiu, C. Liang and W. Li, Green Chem., 2013, 15, 1133
DOI: 10.1039/C3GC36955B

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