The Adsorption and Reaction of Unsaturated Cyclic Hydrocarbons on a Fuel Cell Electrode,
ARMY MOBILITY EQUIPMENT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER FORT BELVOIR VA
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Fuel cell researchers have long been interested in the mechanism and catalysis of hydrocarbon oxidation. An unequivocal determination of these processes could provide the insight necessary for the selection and preparation of more efficient and less expensive electrocatalysts currently a major obstacle to the practical use of direct hydrocarbon oxidation as the anodic reaction in a fuel cell. One approach, described in the report, combines electrochemical techniques with gas phase chromatography to study the electrosorbed intermediates present on a fuel cell electrode during the oxidative process.
- Electric Power Production and Distribution
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy