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A Closer Look at a Working Platinum/Electrolyte Interface

The promise of cost-effective devices that cleanly convert fuel into electricity (or vice versa) is limited by the inefficiency and instability of cheaper alternatives to platinum, a well-studied catalyst for the electrochemical reactions involved. At the Advanced Light Source, researchers got a closer look at the platinum/electrolyte interface in such devices under working conditions. More>

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