Nanoalloys of platinum (grey) and yttrium (blue) are created using sputtering in a vacuum chamber. This is done by directing plasma (purple) at a piece of platinum with small attached pieces of yttrium. The nanometre-thin alloy films effectively transform oxygen (red) and protons (white) into water. It is this reaction that causes the fuel cell to generate electricity.
New research results from Chalmers University of Technology and the Technical University of Denmark can be a key to resource-efficient fuel cell cars. Two of the researchers behind the study are Björn Wickman and Niklas Lindahl at Chalmers.
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Svein Tore Holsether, President and CEO of YARA
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