DEVELOPMENT OF MEMBRANE-ELECTRODE ASSEMBLIES PROTOTYPES BASED PLATINUM NANOCOMPOSITES FOR ENERGY SOURCES
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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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Abstract:
Electrode materials with platinum nanoparticles on combined polymer-carbon matrix-carriers had been formed. Model tests of hydrogen-air fuel cells with varying loading and sizes of platinum nanoparticles had been carried out. It was found that the maximum value of specific power (64 mW/cm2) and current density (122-128 mA/cm2) are achieved when the catalyst load was 0.32 mg/cm2 and the nanoparticle size was 2-4 nm.
How to Cite:
Lebedeva M.V., Antropov A.P., Ragutkin A.V., Yashtulov N.A., (2019), DEVELOPMENT OF MEMBRANE-ELECTRODE ASSEMBLIES PROTOTYPES BASED PLATINUM NANOCOMPOSITES FOR ENERGY SOURCES. Computational Nanotechnology, 4 => 56-59. DOI: 10.33693/2313-223X-2019-6-4-56-59
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Keywords:
platinum nanoparticles, volt- and watt-ampere characteristics, current density, specific power.


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