Статья
2017

The relationship between activity and stability of deposited platinum-carbon electrocatalysts


V. E. Guterman V. E. Guterman , S. V. Belenov S. V. Belenov , A. A. Alekseenko A. A. Alekseenko , N. Yu. Tabachkova N. Yu. Tabachkova , V. A. Volochaev V. A. Volochaev
Российский электрохимический журнал
https://doi.org/10.1134/S1023193517050081
Abstract / Full Text

The operation-mode stability and the catalytic activity in electrode reactions are the most important properties of electrocatalysts that determine the possibility of using them in fuel cells. The negative linear correlations between stability and catalytic activity of a series of Pt/C and Pt–Cu/C materials in the oxygen electroreduction reaction are revealed and studied. A method of selecting electrocatalysts with the optimal combination of activity and stability is proposed. The Cu@Pt/C catalysts containing bimetallic nanoparticles with the core–shell architecture which demonstrate the anomalously high combination of activity and stability are synthesized.

Author information
  • Faculty of Chemistry, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, 344090, Russia

    V. E. Guterman, S. V. Belenov, A. A. Alekseenko & V. A. Volochaev

  • National Research Technological University: Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys, Moscow, 119049, Russia

    N. Yu. Tabachkova

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