The ability to prepare well dispersed, high surface area electrocatalysts containing platinum has significantly increased the viability of many electrochemical processes. This new process provides an outstanding, high purity catalyst that is amenable to forming highly uniform electrode structures.
Platinum on Vulcan (Carbon) is most commonly used for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell (PEMFC), Microbial Fuel Cell, and Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cell applications (as the cathode catalyst or anode catalyst). It is also used as a recombination catalyst for hydrogen elimination. Platinum on Vulcan can also be used as a building block for sensor elements.
|Metal Area, Pt||70 m²/g|
|XRD Crystallite Size||3 - 4 nm|
|Surface Area||140 m²/g|