Dynamic Light Scattering in Electrochemical Energy Conversion Systems: An Overview

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Dynamic light scattering (DLS) is a common technique to determine size and zeta potential of colloidal particles in a suspension. It is used to determine relevant properties of the catalyst inks used to fabricate electrodes of electrochemical energy conversion devices, such as fuel cells and electrolysers. These properties include surface charge of catalyst and catalyst supports, ink stability, catalyst-ionomer interaction etc. In this webinar, Prof. Iryna Zenyuk and Prantik Saha will discuss how DLS helps prepare catalyst inks with high electrochemical performance required for optimal design of these systems, and thus, help build a zero-carbon emissions society.

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