Black Platinum Catalyst In Fuel Cells 60 PtLoading For DAFC
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PMC platinum catalyst in fuel cells,
60 PtLoading platinum catalyst in fuel cells,
DAFC platinum black powder
High-Performance Materials Platinum Catalyst Hydrogen Fuel Cell Black Powder
The catalyst is coated on the proton membrane to form a membrane electrode component. The single cell structure is composed of current collecting plates, bipolar plates, membrane electrodes and other components. Hydrogen enters the system and does not burn, but contacts the membrane electrode to produce an electrochemical reaction, which is directly converted into electrical energy. The hydrogen fuel cell is not a battery in the traditional sense, but a generator. Our product is the core key material of hydrogen fuel cell-platinum carbon catalyst. Our product adopts a brand-new technical route, room temperature preparation process, environmental protection, low energy consumption, and low cost; the product yield is high, and the batch is It is highly consistent with each other, and the impurity ion content is far less than the industry allowable value.
Platinum on carbon is used for catalytic hydrogenations in organic synthesis. Examples include carbonyl reduction, nitro compound reduction, secondary amine production via nitrile reduction, and the production of saturated heterocycles from their respective aromatic compound precursors.
Platinum carbon (Pt/C) can be used as a catalyst for a variety of applications, such as:
1.Hydrosilylation reaction, used to produce molecules with silicon-carbon bonds
2.Direct Alcohol Fuel Cell (DAFC)
3.Electrocatalyst in the hydrogen release reaction (HER)
4.Generate polymer electrolyte fuel cell nano-catalyst
5.Used as a catalyst for the hydrogenation of olefins, alkynes, nitro groups, ketones and aromatics; used for the hydrogenolysis of cyclopropane; catalyzed the oxidation of alcohols.