A catalyst made of platinum (above in nanocage form), and paladium has been developed by WUSTL’s Yunan Xia and his collaborators. Tests have shown that the “bimetallic” catalyst outperforms commerical catalysts, which could enable a cost effective fuel cell technology and ultimately provide cleaner fuels worldwide.

Credit: Sandia National Laboratory.

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