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Long-Life MEAs and Catalysts for PEM Electrolyzers/Fuel Cells, Phase I

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Long-Life MEAs and Catalysts for PEM Electrolyzers/Fuel Cells, Phase I
Nanostructured Thin Films (NSTF), used as substrates for catalysts, have proven to be highly active for oxygen reduction in fuel cells. This improvement in activity is expected to transfer to electrolyzer technology as the NSTF substrate layer, with a ruthenium oxide based catalyst, is used for oxygen evolution. More »

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