Electrocatalysts for Low Temperature Fuel Cells

Fundamentals and Recent Trends
 
 
Wiley-VCH (Verlag)
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Meeting the need for a text on solutions to conditions which have so far been a drawback for this important and trend-setting technology, this monograph places special emphasis on novel, alternative catalysts of low temperature fuel cells. Comprehensive in its coverage, the text discusses not only the electrochemical, mechanistic, and material scientific background, but also provides extensive chapters on the design and fabrication of electrocatalysts.
A valuable resource aimed at multidisciplinary audiences in the fields of academia and industry.
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Thandavarayan Maiyalagan is currently an Associate Professor of the Department of Chemistry at SRM University, Kattankulathur, India. He received his Ph.D in Physical Chemistry from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, and completed postdoctoral programs at Newcastle University (UK), Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) and at the University of Texas, Austin (USA). His main research interests concern new materials and their electrochemical properties for energy conversion and storage devices, electrocatalysts, fuel cells and biosensors. He has delivered various key lectures in many national and international forums. He has published over 80 articles on the innovative design of the materials for energy conversion and storage.

Viswanathan S. Saji received his Ph.D. (2003) degree from the University of Kerala, India and was a Research Associate at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (2004-2005) and the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore (2005-2007). Later, he moved to South Korea where he was a Postdoctoral Researcher at Yonsei University (2007-2008) and Sunchon National University (2009), Research Professor at Chosun University (2008-2009), Senior Research Scientist at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (2009-2010) and Research Professor at Korea University (2010-2013). In 2014, he joined the University of Adelaide, where he was an Endeavour Research Fellow in the School of Chemical Engineering. Presently, he is working as an Executive Director to CIOSHI, Kerala, India.
PART I: LOW TEMPERATURE FUEL CELLS

Fundamentals and Research Advancements (polymer exchange membrane, direct alcohol, alkaline and regenerative fuel cells)
Mechanisms of Electrocatalytic Processes (hydrogen oxidation/oxygen reduction, methanol/ethanol and formic acid oxidation)
Mechanisms of Electrocatalytic Processes(Electrocatalysis for alkaline/borohydride fuel cells and regenerative fuel cells)

PART II: ELECTROCATALYSIS

A. Non-Platinum Electrocatalysts
Platinum-Group Metal Free Catalysts (cathode and anode catalysts) for Polymer Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells
Advances in Low Platinum Content Electrocatalysts (anode and cathode electrocatalyst) for Direct Alcohol Fuel Cells
Non Platinum/Ultra Low Pt-Based Electrocatalysts (cathode and anode electrocatalysts) for Alkaline Fuel Cells
Electrocatalysts for Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Reactions (Regenerative Fuel Cells)
Role of Catalysts Supports - Graphene Based Novel Electrocatalysts
Performance Comparison of Non-Platinum Electrocatalysts for Different Fuel Cells

B. Design and Fabrication
Rational Catalyst Design Methodologies - Principles and Factors Affecting the Catalyst Design
Fabrication and Optimization of Catalyst Layer in Fuel Cells Through Explicit Design
Effect Of Gas Diffusion Layer Structure on the Performance of PEM Fuel Cells
Design and Fabrication of Catalysts Supports Carbonaceous Nanostructured Support Materials
Designed Synthesis of Supported Core Shell Electrocatalysts
Designing Enhanced One-Dimensional Electrocatalysts
Design of Two-Dimensional, Ultrathin Nanoplate Electrocatalysts
Ultra-Low Platinum-Loading Catalysts - Platinum Monolayer and Related Approaches
Design and Fabrication of a Nanoporous Metallic Electrocatalyst
Toward Highly Stable Electrocatalysts Via Nanoparticle Pore Confinement
Template Fabricated Electrocatalysts

List of Contributors


Claude Lamy*

Université de Montpellier

Institut Européen des Membranes

UMR CNRS no 5635

2 Place Eugène Bataillon

CC 047

34095 Montpellier Cedex

France

and

Université de Nantes

Groupe de Recherches HySPàC

CNRS GDR 3652

2 rue de la Houssinière

44322 Nantes Cedex 3

France

claude.lamy@univ-montp2.fr (Chapters 1 and 3)

N. Rajalakshmi*

International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI)

Centre for Fuel Cell Technology

IIT Madras Research Park, 6 Kanagam Road

Taramani

600113 Chennai

India

rajalakshmi@arci.res.in (Chapter 2)

R. Imran Jafri

International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI)

Centre for Fuel Cell Technology

IIT Madras Research Park, 6 Kanagam Road

Taramani

600113 Chennai

India

K.S. Dhathathreyan

International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI)

Centre for Fuel Cell Technology

IIT Madras Research Park, 6 Kanagam Road

Taramani

600113 Chennai

India

Ayan Mukherjee

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

Department of Chemical Engineering

Hauz Khas

110016 New Delhi

India

Suddhasatwa Basu*

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

Department of Chemical Engineering

Hauz Khas

110016 New Delhi

India

sbasu@iitd.ac.in (Chapter 4)

Hamilton Varela*

University of São Paulo

Institute of Chemistry of São Carlos

P.O. Box 780, 13560-970

São Carlos

SP

Brazil

varela@iqsc.usp.br (Chapter 5)

Marcelo V.F. Delmonde

University of São Paulo

Institute of Chemistry of São Carlos

P.O. Box 780, 13560-970

São Carlos

SP

Brazil

Alana A. Zülke

University of São Paulo

Institute of Chemistry of São Carlos

P.O. Box 780, 13560-970

São Carlos

SP

Brazil

Mikhail R. Tarasevich

Russian Academy of Sciences

Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry

Leninskii pr. 31

119071 Moscow

Russian Federation

Vera A. Bogdanovskaya*

Russian Academy of Sciences

Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry

Leninskii pr. 31

119071 Moscow

Russian Federation

bogd@elchem.ac.ru (Chapter 6)

Surbhi Sharma*

University of Birmingham

School of Biosciences

Edgbaston

B15 2TT Birmingham

UK

s.sharma.1@bham.ac.uk (Chapter 7)

Chunmei Zhang

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry

State Key Laboratory of Electroanalytical Chemistry

5625 Renmin Street

Changchun

130022 Jilin

China

and

University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

19 A Yuquan Rd.

Shijingshan District

100039 Beijing

China

Wei Chen*

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry

State Key Laboratory of Electroanalytical Chemistry

5625 Renmin Street

Changchun

130022 Jilin

China

weichen@ciac.ac.cn (Chapter 8)

Xin Deng

Zhejiang University

College of Chemical and Biological Engineering

38 Zheda Road

Hangzhou

310027 Zhejiang

China

Qinggang He*

Zhejiang University

College of Chemical and Biological Engineering

38 Zheda Road

Hangzhou

310027 Zhejiang

China

qghe@zju.edu.cn (Chapter 9)

Pierre-Yves Olu

University Grenoble Alpes

LEPMI

1130 rue de la piscine

BP75

38000 Grenoble

France

and

CNRS

LEPMI

1130 rue de la piscine

BP75

38000 Grenoble

France

and

University of Liège

Department of Chemical Engineering - Nanomaterials Catalysis Electrochemistry

Building B6a

Sart-Tilman

4000 Liège

Belgium

Anicet Zadick

University Grenoble Alpes

LEPMI

1130 rue de la piscine

BP75

38000 Grenoble

France

and

CNRS

LEPMI

1130 rue de la piscine

BP75

38000 Grenoble

France

Nathalie Job

University of Liège

Department of Chemical Engineering - Nanomaterials Catalysis Electrochemistry

Building B6a

Sart-Tilman

4000 Liège

Belgium

Marian Chatenet*

University Grenoble Alpes

LEPMI

1130 rue de la piscine

BP75

38000 Grenoble

France

and

CNRS

LEPMI

1130 rue de la piscine

BP75

38000 Grenoble

France

and

French University Institute (IUF)

103 Blvd Saint Michel

75005 Paris

France

Marian.Chatenet@phelma.grenoble-inp.fr (Chapter 10)

Srabanti Ghosh*

Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute

196 Raja S.C. Mullick Road

700032 Kolkata

India

ghosh.srabanti@gmail.com (Chapter 11)

Rajendra N. Basu*

Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute

196 Raja S.C. Mullick Road

700032 Kolkata

India

rnbasu@cgcri.res.in (Chapter 11)

Xiaojun Liu

American University

Department of Chemistry

4400 Massachusetts Avenue N.W.

Washington, DC 20016

USA

Wenyue Li

American University

Department of Chemistry

4400 Massachusetts Avenue N.W.

Washington, DC 20016

USA

Shouzhong Zou*

American University

Department of Chemistry

4400 Massachusetts Avenue N.W.

Washington, DC 20016

USA

szou@american.edu (Chapter 12)

Thandavarayan Maiyalagan*

SRM University

SRM Research Institute

Department of Chemistry

Kattankulathur

603203 Chennai

India

maiyalagan@gmail.com (Chapter 13)

Subbiah Maheswari

SRM University

SRM Research Institute

Department of Chemistry

Kattankulathur

603203 Chennai

India

Viswanathan S. Saji

CIOSHI Attingal

Thiruvananthapuram

695101 Kerala

India

Mitsuharu Chisaka*

Hirosaki University

Department of Sustainable Energy

3 Bunkyo-cho

Hirosaki

036-8561 Aomori

Japan

chisaka@hirosaki-u.ac.jp (Chapter 14)

Chilan Ngo

Colorado School of Mines

Department of Chemistry

1012 14th St.

Golden, CO 80401

USA

Michael J. Dzara

Colorado School of Mines

Department of Chemistry

1012 14th St.

Golden, CO 80401

USA

Sarah Shulda

Colorado School of Mines

Department of Chemistry

1012 14th St.

Golden, CO 80401

USA

Svitlana Pylypenko*

Colorado School of Mines

Department of Chemistry

1012 14th St.

Golden, CO 80401

USA

spylypen@mines.edu (Chapter 15)

Sergey Stolbov*

University of Central Florida

4111 Libra Drive, Physical Sciences

Bldg. 430

Orlando, FL 32816-2385

USA

Sergey.Stolbov@ucf.edu (Chapter 16)

Marisol Alcántara Ortigoza

Tuskegee University

Luther Foster Hall

1200 W. Montgomery Rd

Tuskegee, AL 36088

USA

Branko N. Popov*

University of South Carolina

Center for Electrochemical Engineering

Department of Chemical Engineering

301 Main Street, Columbia, SC 29208

USA

popov@cec.sc.edu (Chapter 17)

Sehkyu Park

Kwangwoon University

Department of Chemical Engineering

20 Kwangwoon-ro, Nowon-gu, 01897 Seoul

South Korea

Jong-Won Lee

Korea Institute of Energy Research

New and Renewable Energy Research Division

152 Gajeong-ro, Yuseong-gu, 34129 Daejeon

South Korea

Yaovi Holade

Université de Poitiers

IC2MP

UMR CNRS 7285

Équipe SAMCat

4 rue Michel Brunet

B27 TSA 51106

86073 Poitiers Cedex 09

France

Anaïs Lehoux

Université Paris-Sud

Université Paris-Saclay

Laboratoire de Chimie Physique

Bât 349 Campus d'Orsay

91405 Orsay

France

and

CNRS

Laboratoire de Chimie Physique

UMR 8000

91405 Orsay

France

Hynd Remita

Université Paris-Sud

Université Paris-Saclay

Laboratoire de Chimie Physique

Bât 349 Campus d'Orsay

91405...

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