New publication - High throughput discovery of ternary Cu-Fe-Ru alloy catalysts for photo-driven hydrogen production

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Finding new ways to make hydrogen with renewable energy and renewable feedstocks using earth abundant materials remains a challenge in catalysis today. Metal nanoparticles are common heterogeneous catalysts for hydrogen production, and their properties can often be improved by using multiple metals at a time. In this work we show a high-throughput experimental approach to discovering a ternary alloy catalyst containing earth abundant metals that is more active at producing hydrogen than any of the pure metals it is made of. It a surprising discovery because these metals are not typically miscible, and they do not form a well characterized material, but rather a distribution of particle sizes and compositions.

  author = {Maya Bhat and Zoe C Simon and Savannah Talledo and Riti Sen and Jacob H. Smith and Stefan Bernhard and Jill E Millstone and John R Kitchin},
  title = {High Throughput Discovery of Ternary Cu-Fe-Ru Alloy Catalysts for Photo-Driven Hydrogen Production},
  journal = {Reaction Chemistry \& Engineering},
  volume = {nil},
  number = {nil},
  pages = {nil},
  year = {2023},
  doi = {10.1039/d3re00059a},
  url = {},
  DATE_ADDED = {Sat Apr 15 07:55:55 2023},

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