A Study on Oxygen Reduction Reaction of PtM Electrocatalysts Synthesized on Graphene for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell
- A Study on Oxygen Reduction Reaction of PtM Electrocatalysts Synthesized on Graphene for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell
- 양종원; 최장군; 조한익; 박종진; 권용재
- graphene; electrocatalysts; fuel cells; oxygen reduction reaction; Modified polyol; Proton exchange membrane fuel cell; PtM catalyst; ORR
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- Transactions of the Korean Hydrogen and New energy society (한국수소및신에너지학회논문집)
- VOL 25, NO 4, 378-385
- In this research, we investigate electrical performance and electrochemical properties of graphene supported Pt (Pt/G) and PtM (M = Ni and Y) alloy catalysts (PtM/Gs) that are synthesized by modified polyol method. With the PtM/Gs that are adopted for oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) as cathode of proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs), their catalytic activity and ORR performance and electrical performance are estimated and compared with one another. Their particle size, particle distribution and electrochemically active surface (EAS) area are measured by TEM and cyclic voltammetry (CV), respectively. On the other hand, regarding ORR activity and electrical performance of the catalysts, (i) linear sweeping voltammetry by rotating disk electrode and rotating ring-disk electrode and (ii) PEMFC single cell tests are used. The TEM and CV measurements demonstrate particle size and EAS of PtM/Gs are compatible with those of Pt/G. In case of PtNi/G, its half-wave potential, kinetic current density, transferred electron number per oxygen molecule and H2O2 production % are excellent. Based on data obtained by half-cell test, when PEMFC singlecell tests are carried out, current density measured at 0.6V and maximum power density of the PEMFC single cell employing PtNi/G are better than those employing Pt/G. Conclusively, PtNi/Gs synthesized by modified polyol shows better ORR catalytic activity and PEMFC performance than other catalysts.
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