The use of ultrasound for the fabrication of fuel cell materials

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This paper reviews the use and advantages of ultrasound for the preparation of fuel cell materials which is currently an emerging research area. The review also focuses on recent studies of ultrasonic, sonochemical and sonoelectrochemical production of noble metals and fuel cell electrocatalysts, carbon supported electrocatalysts, fuel cell electrodes and membranes. It is shown that ultrasound can be used as an effective method for producing nanosize mono- and bi-metallics (

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  • Fuel cell
  • Fuel cell electrocatalysts
  • Nanoparticle
  • Noble metals
  • Sonochemistry
  • Ultrasound

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