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Enhanced Mass Activity and Stability of Bimetallic Pd−Ni Nanoparticles on Boron-Doped Diamond for Direct Ethanol Fuel Cell Applications

Enhanced Mass Activity and Stability of Bimetallic Pd−Ni Nanoparticles on Boron-Doped Diamond for Direct Ethanol Fuel Cell Applications
Maksudul Hasan, Christos K. Mavrokefalos, John S. Foord, James F. Rohan
The Cover Feature illustrates the electrochemical synthesis of novel bimetallic Pd–Ni nanoparticles on an oxygen-terminated boron-doped diamond substrate for use as an electrocatalyst in a direct ethanol fuel cell. This synthetic method allows the electrocatalytic properties and synergistic effects of the interfaces on the nanostructured metallic surface to be enhanced while significantly reducing the noble metal loading in the electrocatalyst.More information can be found in the Article by C. K. Mavrokefalos et al.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/celc.201800028

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