Effect of Sb Segregation on Conductance and Catalytic Activity at Pt/Sb-Doped SnO2 Interface: A Synergetic Computational and Experimental Study.

@article{Fu2015EffectOS,
  title={Effect of Sb Segregation on Conductance and Catalytic Activity at Pt/Sb-Doped SnO2 Interface: A Synergetic Computational and Experimental Study.},
  author={Qiang Fu and Luis C{\'e}sar Colmenares Rausseo and Umberto Martinez and Paul Inge Dahl and Juan Maria Garc{\'i}a Lastra and Per Erik Vullum and Ingeborg-Helene Svenum and Tejs Vegge},
  journal={ACS applied materials & interfaces},
  year={2015},
  volume={7 50},
  pages={27782-95}
}
Antimony-doped tin dioxide (ATO) is considered a promising support material for Pt-based fuel cell cathodes, displaying enhanced stability over carbon-based supports. In this work, the effect of Sb segregation on the conductance and catalytic activity at Pt/ATO interface was investigated through a combined computational and experimental study. It was found… CONTINUE READING