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Joint publication with PNNL is the top "hottest article"

The chemical activity and stability of platinum catalysts in the form of nanometer-scale particles have been enhanced using functionalized graphene sheets (FGSs). Prof. Ilhan Aksay and a team of researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (Richland, WA) demonstrated that 2 nm diameter platinum particles could be uniformly deposited on the FGSs, increasing the electrochemical surface area and concomitant oxygen reduction activity. The results were reported in a recent issue of Electrochemistry Communications (volume 11, 2009) and this article is currently the most downloaded and the “hottest article” of the journal over the past three months.

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