HYDROCARBON FUEL CELL ELECTRODES
Interim progress rept. no. 2, 16 Jul 1965-15 Jan 1966
AMERICAN CYANAMID CO STAMFORD CT CENTRAL RESEARCH DIV
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Progress is reported on a program aimed at the development of an electrode system which will produce 20 wsq ft at a minimum of 0.4 volt in a phosphoric acid matrix type cell utilizing a liquid hydrocarbon fuel n-octane and air, with a total platinum loading of not more than 20 gsq ft. Emphasis was placed on evaluating the performance of standard and experimental electrodes on normal octane and air at temperatures in the range 150 to 200C.
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