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Pt@Cu/C Core-Shell Catalysts for Hydrogen Production Through Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Decalin

  • Kang, Ji Yeon ;
  • Lee, Gihoon ;
  • Jeong, Yeojin ;
  • Na, Hyon Bin ;
  • Jung, Ji Chul
  • Received : 2015.11.30
  • Accepted : 2015.12.15
  • Published : 2016.01.27

Abstract

Pt@Cu/C core-shell catalysts were successfully prepared by impregnation of a carbon support with copper precursor, followed by transmetallation between platinum and copper. The Pt@Cu/C core-shell catalysts retained a core of copper with a platinum surface. The prepared catalysts were used for hydrogen production through catalytic dehydrogenation of decalin for eventual application to an onboard hydrogen supply system. Pt@Cu/C core-shell catalysts were more efficient at producing hydrogen via decalin dehydrogenation than Pt/C catalysts containing the same amount of platinum. Supported core-shell catalysts utilized platinum highly efficiently, and accordingly, are lower-cost than existing platinum catalysts. The combination of impregnation and transmetallation is a promising approach for preparation of Pt@Cu/C core-shell catalysts.

Keywords

Pt@Cu/C core-shell;impregnation;transmetallation;hydrogen production;decalin dehydrogenation

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : Myongji University