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Continuous Preparation of Carbon-Nanotube-Supported Platinum Catalysts in a Flow Reactor Directly Heated by Electric Current
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Continuous Preparation of Carbon-Nanotube-Supported Platinum Catalysts in a Flow Reactor Directly Heated by Electric Current

Continuous Preparation of Carbon-Nanotube-Supported Platinum Catalysts in a Flow Reactor Directly Heated by Electric Current
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Continuous Preparation of Carbon-Nanotube-Supported Platinum Catalysts in a Flow Reactor Directly Heated by Electric Current

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Abstract
The synthesized catalysts show a high degree of dispersion and narrow distributions of cluster sizes. In comparison to catalysts synthesized by the conventional oil-bath method a significantly higher electrocatalytic activity was reached, which can be attributed to the higher metal loading and smaller and more uniformly distributed Pt particles on the carbon support. Our approach introduces a simple, time-saving and cost-efficient method for fuel cell catalyst preparation in a flow reactor which could be used at a large scale.

The article is published online in Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry and is free to access.

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