Comparison of cathode catalyst binders for the hydrogen evolution reaction in microbial electrolysis cells

@inproceedings{Ivanov2017ComparisonOC,
  title={Comparison of cathode catalyst binders for the hydrogen evolution reaction in microbial electrolysis cells},
  author={Ivan Ivanov and Yong Tae Ahn and Thibault Poirson and Michael A Hickner and Bruce E Logan},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract Nafion is commonly used as a catalyst binder in many types of electrochemical cells, but less expensive binders are needed for the cathodes in microbial electrolysis cells (MECs) which are operated in neutral pH buffers, and reverse electrodialysis stacks (RED),which use thermolytic solutions such as ammonium bicarbonate. Six different binders were examined based on differences in ion exchange properties (anionic: Nafion, BPSH20, BPSH40, S-Radel; cationic: Q-Radel; and neutral: Radel… CONTINUE READING

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