A Novel Electroanalytical Tool

Advanced electrochemical-based technologies such as proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells and electrolyzers, have long been considered to be among the most promising next-generation energy conversion systems. However, the widespread commercialization of these technologies remains challenging due to the high costs associated with the cell components such as catalyst coated membranes and the required test stations. This has created a need for a lab-scale electroanalytical tool that is low cost and easy to setup, capable of providing comparable electrocatalyst characterization results to PEM-based measurements. Paul Cyr paul.cyr@uilo.ubc.ca 604-822-8166

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