Platinum and palladium alloys suitable as fuel cell electrodes

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Stephens, Ifan et al.. 2014. IPC No. B01J23/42. Platinum and palladium alloys suitable as fuel cell electrodes. Patent No. WO2014005599.

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title = "Platinum and palladium alloys suitable as fuel cell electrodes",
abstract = "The present invention concerns electrode catalysts used in fuel cells, such as proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells. The invention is related to the reduction of the noble metal content and the improvement of the catalytic5 efficiency by low level substitution of the noble metal to provide new and innovative catalyst compositions in fuel cell electrodes. The novel electrode catalysts of the invention comprise a noble metal selected from Pt and Pd alloyed with a lanthanide metal.",
author = "Ifan Stephens and Jan Rossmeisl and Escribano, {Maria Escudero} and {Verdaguer Casadevall}, Arnau and Paolo Malacrida and Vej-Hansen, {Ulrik Gr{\o}nbjerg} and Knudsen, {Brian Peter} and Jepsen, {Anders K.}",
year = "2014",
language = "English",
type = "Patent",
note = "WO2014005599; B01J23/42",

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TY - PAT

T1 - Platinum and palladium alloys suitable as fuel cell electrodes

AU - Stephens, Ifan

AU - Rossmeisl, Jan

AU - Escribano, Maria Escudero

AU - Verdaguer Casadevall, Arnau

AU - Malacrida, Paolo

AU - Vej-Hansen, Ulrik Grønbjerg

AU - Knudsen, Brian Peter

AU - Jepsen, Anders K.

PY - 2014

Y1 - 2014

N2 - The present invention concerns electrode catalysts used in fuel cells, such as proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells. The invention is related to the reduction of the noble metal content and the improvement of the catalytic5 efficiency by low level substitution of the noble metal to provide new and innovative catalyst compositions in fuel cell electrodes. The novel electrode catalysts of the invention comprise a noble metal selected from Pt and Pd alloyed with a lanthanide metal.

AB - The present invention concerns electrode catalysts used in fuel cells, such as proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells. The invention is related to the reduction of the noble metal content and the improvement of the catalytic5 efficiency by low level substitution of the noble metal to provide new and innovative catalyst compositions in fuel cell electrodes. The novel electrode catalysts of the invention comprise a noble metal selected from Pt and Pd alloyed with a lanthanide metal.

M3 - Patent

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Y2 - 2014/01/09

ER -