Platinum nanoelectrocatalysts for hydrogen-air energy sources
( Pp. 26-29)

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Lebedeva Marina V. kandidat himicheskih nauk; docent kafedry fizicheskoy himii im. Ya.K. Syrkina
MIREA - Russian Technological University Antropov Alexey P. kandidat tehnicheskih nauk; docent kafedry energeticheskih tehnologiy, sistem i ustanovok
MIREA - Russian Technological University Ragutkin Alexander V. kandidat tehnicheskih nauk; prorektor po innovacionnomu razvitiyu
MIREA - Russian Technological University Yashtulov Nicolay A. doktor himicheskih nauk; professor kafedry energeticheskih tehnologiy, sistem i ustanovok
MIREA - Russian Technological University
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The aim of this work was to form new effective electrode materials with platinum nanoparticles on polymer matrix substrates for energy sources. On the basis of atomic force and scanning electron microscopy data the size, shape and distribution of nanoparticles in the polymer matrix had been evaluated. The studies of composites in the reaction of hydrogen oxidation and oxygen reduction by voltammetry allowed to estimate the electrocatalytic activity of the electrodes. The obtained nanomaterials can be used for the construction of chemical energy sources with high specific characteristics.
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Lebedeva M.V., Antropov A.P., Ragutkin A.V., Yashtulov N.A., (2020), PLATINUM NANOELECTROCATALYSTS FOR HYDROGEN-AIR ENERGY SOURCES. Computational Nanotechnology, 1 => 26-29.
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platinum nanoparticles, volt- and watt-ampere characteristics, current density, specific power.

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