The Applications of Platinum Catalysts in PEM Fuel Cells: Process and Data Analysis
Keywords:carbon neutrality；fuel cells；clean energy production；carrier structure
Achieving global carbon neutrality and reducing airborne pollution require innovative solutions. One potential solution is to replace fossil fuel-based energy with clean energy production and supply, necessitating the advancement of fuel cells, metal-air cells, supercapacitors, and water splitting. This paper analyzes data and predicts future trends for the quality of catalysts, carrier structure, construction characterization, environmental impact, and recycling preparation techniques for waste platinum catalysts. The findings presented in this study serve as inspiration for related research, aiding the successful promotion of clean energy technologies.
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