Deposition of platinum catalyst by plasma sputtering for fuel cells: 3D simulation and experiments
Plasma sputtering is one of the most promising methods for reducing the amount of platinum catalyst in porous electrodes for low temperature fuel cells. Here, a simulation of the platinum deposition by radio frequency plasma sputtering has been developed
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