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Title: Carbon Nanotube-Supported Bimetallic Core-Shell (M@Pd/CNT (M: Zn, Mn, Ag, Co, V, Ni)) Cathode Catalysts for H2O2 Fuel Cells
Authors: Yapıcı, Burak
Gökdoğan Şahin, Özlem
Keywords: Hydrogen-Peroxide Electroreduction
Oxygen Reduction
Electrocatalytic Activity
Efficient Catalyst
Pd Nanoparticles
Nickel Foam
Abstract: M@Pd/CNT (M: Zn, Mn, Ag, Co, V, Ni) core-shell and Pd/CNT nanoparticles were prepared by sodium borohydride reduction and explored as cathode catalysts for the hydrogen peroxide reduction reaction. Electrochemical and physical characterization techniques are applied to explore the characteristics of the produced electrocatalysts. The cyclic voltammetry (CV) experiments show that Zn@Pd/CNT-modified electrodes have a current density of 273.2 mA cm(-2), which is 3.95 times higher than that of Pd/CNT. According to the chronoamperometric curves, Zn@Pd/CNT has the highest steady-state current density for the H2O2 electro-reduction process among the synthesized electrocatalysts. Moreover, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) spectra confirmed the previous electrochemical results due to the lowest charge transfer resistance (35 Omega) with respect to other electrocatalysts.
ISSN: 2470-1343
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