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Development and research of nano-structured catalysts for electrochemical systems with solid polymer electrolyte.

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Technique of synthesis of high-effective nanostructured electrocatalysts on carbon carrier for electrochemical systems with proton-exchange membrane (PEM) is described, their structural and electrochemical properties are investigated. Current-voltage curves of membrane-electrode assemblies (MEA) on the basis of synthesized electrocatalysts within PEM fuel cell, water electrolyser and reversible cell are obtained.

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A. S. Glukhov
Федеральное государственное учреждение Российский научный центр «Курчатовский институт»
Russian Federation


S. A. Grigoriev
Федеральное государственное учреждение Российский научный центр «Курчатовский институт»
Russian Federation


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Glukhov A.S., Grigoriev S.A. Development and research of nano-structured catalysts for electrochemical systems with solid polymer electrolyte.. Fine Chemical Technologies. 2009;4(5):91-96. (In Russ.)

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