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October 6th, 2006
Non-precious metal catalysts for fuel cells
Zelenay and postdoctoral fellow Rajesh Bashyam describe their new low-cost nanocomposite catalysts in a recent paper, titled "A class of non-precious metal composite catalysts for fuel cells", which appeared in the September 7, 2006 edition of Nature.
"To the best of our knowledge, composite catalysts described in the Nature letter show performance durability that has never been demonstrated with non-precious ORR catalysts" Zelenay says.
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