Publication: High throughput technology in electrochemistry

High throughput technology in electrochemistry

hte GmbH, Heidelberg, Germany – A. Müller, F. Schneider, F. Huber, M. Dejmek, G. Wasserschaff, O. Püttmann, J. Fechtmann, D. Zahlmann, C. Hose, F. Eversheim, and Fr. Huber
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, 52425 Jülich, Germany – B. Hecker, D. Dogan, H. Tempel, and R.-A. Eichel
Deutsche Metrohm GmbH, Germany – C. Kröger, S. Haug, and S. Coenen

Presentation at the 30th Conference of the Petrochemistry Division of DGMK: The Role of Catalysis for the Energy-Transition, 10/2022

Hydrogen technologies, especially water electrolysis, will play an important role reducing greenhouse gas emissions and to achieve net zero by 2050. Currently the first generation of electrolyzers is installed in large-scale industrial applications, which will need strong R&D support for further optimization of electrocatalysis in the future. Therefore this article introduces a high throughput experimentation platform for enhanced electro-chemical testing to support the ongoing effort for optimizing electrochemical conversion technologies.

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