New Construction and Catalyst Support Materials for Water Electrolysis at Elevated Temperatures

@inproceedings{Nikiforov2011NewCA,
  title={New Construction and Catalyst Support Materials for Water Electrolysis at Elevated Temperatures},
  author={Aleksey Valerievich Nikiforov and Irina Mikhajlovna Petrushina and Niels Janniksen Bjerrum and Jens Oluf Jensen and Erik M. Christensen},
  year={2011}
}
Proton exchange membrane (PEM) water electrolysis presents an attractive technology allowing to produce hydrogen for further use as a renewable energy source in the “Hydrogen cycle”. Electrolysis of water steam at elevated temperatures has several advantages over the low temperature process. However, at the same time it involves increased demands to dimensional and chemical stability of components against corrosion environment. Therefore, materials utilized in low temperature PEM electrolyzers… CONTINUE READING

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