Exploring the XRF technique as a tool to estimate the degree of leaching in alloy-catalysts used for PEMFCs

Muralidhar Chourashiya, Shuang Ma Andersen

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Recent exhibition of polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) technology in automotive and renewable energy industries has established itself as an essential technology for the forthcoming ‘hydrogen economy’. Current development in PEMFC technology employs the alloy-catalyst to counter the stability issues of PEMFCs. However, the possibility of leaching-out of one of the constituent elements of the alloy-catalyst during the continuous operation of PEMFCs is undeniable. In this paper we investigate the XRF technique to estimate the degree of leaching of these alloys during the standardized support/catalyst degradation protocols.
XRF technique is simple, direct and can readily provide the relative estimation of elements under investigation. The drop casted alloy-catalyst on glassy carbon (GC) disk of rotating disk electrode (RDE) are characterized by thin-film RDE technique for their oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) activity and support/catalyst-focused accelerated stress test (AST) protocols. The alloy-catalysts were characterized before and after AST protocols using microstructural characterizations and XRF technique to estimate the degree of leaching in alloy-catalysts. The details of the results will be presented during the conference.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date1. Nov 2018
Publication statusPublished - 1. Nov 2018
EventThe general assembly of the Danish Electrochemical Society 2018: generalforsamling for Dansk Elektrokemisk Forening (DEF) 2018 - The Faculty of Engineering, University of Southern Denmark, Odense M, Denmark
Duration: 1. Nov 20182. Nov 2018
http://www.electrochemistry.dk/aktiviteter/kommende/event/21-def2018

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ConferenceThe general assembly of the Danish Electrochemical Society 2018
LocationThe Faculty of Engineering, University of Southern Denmark
CountryDenmark
CityOdense M
Period01/11/201802/11/2018
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Proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFC)
Leaching
Catalysts
Rotating disks
Catalyst supports
Chemical elements
Electrodes
Glassy carbon
Degradation
Thin films
Hydrogen
Oxygen
Industry

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Chourashiya, M., & Andersen, S. M. (2018). Exploring the XRF technique as a tool to estimate the degree of leaching in alloy-catalysts used for PEMFCs. Abstract from The general assembly of the Danish Electrochemical Society 2018, Odense M, Denmark.
Chourashiya, Muralidhar ; Andersen, Shuang Ma. / Exploring the XRF technique as a tool to estimate the degree of leaching in alloy-catalysts used for PEMFCs. Abstract from The general assembly of the Danish Electrochemical Society 2018, Odense M, Denmark.
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Chourashiya, M & Andersen, SM 2018, 'Exploring the XRF technique as a tool to estimate the degree of leaching in alloy-catalysts used for PEMFCs' The general assembly of the Danish Electrochemical Society 2018, Odense M, Denmark, 01/11/2018 - 02/11/2018, .

Exploring the XRF technique as a tool to estimate the degree of leaching in alloy-catalysts used for PEMFCs. / Chourashiya, Muralidhar; Andersen, Shuang Ma.

2018. Abstract from The general assembly of the Danish Electrochemical Society 2018, Odense M, Denmark.

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Chourashiya M, Andersen SM. Exploring the XRF technique as a tool to estimate the degree of leaching in alloy-catalysts used for PEMFCs. 2018. Abstract from The general assembly of the Danish Electrochemical Society 2018, Odense M, Denmark.