Webinar: One Step Process for Generating Ultra Pure Alloy Nanoparticle Catalysts

Electrochemical water splitting is a carbon-neutral approach to convert renewable energy into hydrogen. Electrocatalysts must minimize overpotentials for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction (HER)/ Oxygen Evolution Reaction (OER) to reduce energy loss and costs. Current state of the art electrolysers use Ruthenium and Iridium as catalysts which are both scarce and prohibitively expensive. As a result, there is a pressing need to create cost-effective and earth abundant electrocatalysts. High-entropy alloy nanoparticles (HEA-NPs), composed of five or more elements, offer a versatile solution promising superior performance, enabling tuneable activity, excellent thermal and chemical stability, and a synergistic catalytic effect.

Join Nikalyte and UK Catalysis Hub for a webinar on ultra pure alloy nanoparticle catalysts
Schematic representation of HEA nanoparticle coatings for Electrochemical Conversion

Join us for a webinar, on ‘One Step Process for Generating Ultra Pure Alloy Nanoparticle Catalysts’ organized by UK Catalysis Hub, on April 23rd, 3pm GMT, where our COO Dr. Vicky Broadley will present Nikalyte’s  NL UHV one step Plasma Vapour Deposition (PVD) process for generating complex alloy nanoparticles, highlighting the high reproducibility and low environmental impact of the technique and will share data on the OER performance of HEA-NPs.

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