OXYGEN ELECTROCATALYSTS FOR ALUMINUM/AIR CELLS.

S. L. Gupta, D. Tryk, Daniel Alberto Scherson, W. Aldred, E. Yeager

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Research at Case on electrocatalysts for O//2 reduction in alkaline solutions for Al/air cells has focused on heat-treated transition metal-macrocycles and related materials. They have been shown to have high activity (comparable to that of platinum) and relatively long life under cycling conditions. Through a basic understanding of both the O//2 electrochemistry and the processes occurring during the heat treatment of the catalysts, the Case group aims to develop even more active, longer-lived catalysts. New preparative techniques which could lead to lower cost materials are also being explored.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)5-6
Number of pages2
JournalElectrochemical Society Extended Abstracts
Volume85-2
Publication statusPublished - 1985 Dec 1
Externally publishedYes

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Electrocatalysts
Aluminum
Catalysts
Oxygen
Electrochemistry
Air
Transition metals
Platinum
Heat treatment
Costs
Hot Temperature

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Gupta, S. L., Tryk, D., Scherson, D. A., Aldred, W., & Yeager, E. (1985). OXYGEN ELECTROCATALYSTS FOR ALUMINUM/AIR CELLS. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts, 85-2, 5-6.

OXYGEN ELECTROCATALYSTS FOR ALUMINUM/AIR CELLS. / Gupta, S. L.; Tryk, D.; Scherson, Daniel Alberto; Aldred, W.; Yeager, E.

In: Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts, Vol. 85-2, 01.12.1985, p. 5-6.

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Gupta, SL, Tryk, D, Scherson, DA, Aldred, W & Yeager, E 1985, 'OXYGEN ELECTROCATALYSTS FOR ALUMINUM/AIR CELLS.', Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts, vol. 85-2, pp. 5-6.
Gupta SL, Tryk D, Scherson DA, Aldred W, Yeager E. OXYGEN ELECTROCATALYSTS FOR ALUMINUM/AIR CELLS. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts. 1985 Dec 1;85-2:5-6.
Gupta, S. L. ; Tryk, D. ; Scherson, Daniel Alberto ; Aldred, W. ; Yeager, E. / OXYGEN ELECTROCATALYSTS FOR ALUMINUM/AIR CELLS. In: Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts. 1985 ; Vol. 85-2. pp. 5-6.
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