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Tin Dioxide Coated Carbon Materials for Extended Lifetime of Cathodic Electrocatalysts for PEMFC

Abstract : Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells (PEMFC) are energy converters which can be used for automotive, stationary or nomad applications. This system is already used in niche markets. Nevertheless, some drawbacks, such as insufficient durability, need to be overcome to increase the market deployment. This insufficient durability is strongly linked to the corrosion of the carbon support in the cathode electrocatalyst. The carbon corrosion leads to a local collapse of the support and a loss of catalyst which both dramatically reduce the fuel cell performances.
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Fabien Labbé, Yasser Ahmad, Belen Molina Concha, Katia Guerin, Marian Chatenet, et al.. Tin Dioxide Coated Carbon Materials for Extended Lifetime of Cathodic Electrocatalysts for PEMFC. ISE 2017, 68th Annual Meeting of International Society of Electrochemistry, Aug 2017, Providence, United States. ⟨hal-01690625⟩

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