ACS applied materials & interfaces
The selective electrooxidation of 2-propanol to acetone can be used in fuel cells which, when combined with the transfer hydrogenation of acetone from liquid organic hydrogen carriers, will enable the realization of hydrogen economy without using molecular hydrogen gas for storage and transportation. We study the reaction on platinum and platinum-r...
In this study, we investigated the carbon-supported PtRu nanoparticles with atomic ratios of Pt:Ru of 100:0, 90:10, 70:30, and 50:50 for ethanol and ethylene glycol electrooxidation in alkaline media. The nanoparticles were synthesized using sodium borohydride method with 20 wt% of metals loading on carbon. The nanoparticle mean sizes were 7.3 nm, ...
Journal of colloid and interface science
A facile, environment-friendly and one-pot synthesis method for the preparation of high performance PtRu electrocatalysts on the multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) is reported. Herein, bimetallic PtRu electrocatalysts are deposited onto polydopamine (Pdop) - functionalized MWCNTs by mildly stirring at room temperature. Without the use of expensi...
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
•Carboxymethyl chitosan is used to tailor CNTs surface chemistries.•PtRu nanoparticles on CMC-CNTs show improved dispersion and smaller particle size.•Methanol electrooxidation was studied on PtRu NPs/CMC-CNTs catalysts in acid media.•PtRu NPs/CMC-CNTs nanohybrids showed a higher activity for methanol electrooxidation.
10.1007/s10800-006-9282-0 / Journal of Applied Electrochemistry / 37 / 4 / 505-510 / JAELB
Journal of Applied Electrochemistry
Methanol, ethanol and formic acid electrooxidations in acid medium on Pt/C and PtRu/C catalysts were investigated. The catalysts were prepared by a microwave-assisted polyol process. Cyclic voltammetry and chronoamperometry were employed to provide quantitative and qualitative information on the kinetics of methanol, ethanol and formic acid oxidati...
10.1016/j.jpowsour.2004.10.010 / Journal of Power Sources / 142 / 1-2 / 43-49 / JPSOD
Chinese Journal of Inorganic Chemistry / 20 / 12 / 1467-1470