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Production of Clean Hydrogen by Electrochemical Reforming of Oxygenated Organic Compounds provides a comprehensive overview of the thermodynamics and experimental results that allow the decomposition process of organic compounds leading to hydrogen to be carried out at working cell voltages much lower than those encountered in water electrolysis. The authors review different methods of synthesis and characterization of the catalysts needed to activate the electro-oxidation reaction and describe different electrolysis experiments that produce hydrogen in a Proton Exchange Membrane Electrolysis …mehr

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Production of Clean Hydrogen by Electrochemical Reforming of Oxygenated Organic Compounds provides a comprehensive overview of the thermodynamics and experimental results that allow the decomposition process of organic compounds leading to hydrogen to be carried out at working cell voltages much lower than those encountered in water electrolysis. The authors review different methods of synthesis and characterization of the catalysts needed to activate the electro-oxidation reaction and describe different electrolysis experiments that produce hydrogen in a Proton Exchange Membrane Electrolysis Cell (PEMEC). Other sections investigate the effect of the nature of the reactive molecules, the nature and structure of the catalysts, and more.

By exploring the link between organic oxidation/conversion to hydrogen production, this book fills a gap in the existing literature and provides researchers in the field with an authoritative and comprehensive reference they can use when developing new sustainable processes and systems for hydrogen production.

  • Explores, in detail, the decomposition process of organic compounds leading to hydrogen
  • Presents foundational information, practical insights and pathways for future work in the development of proton exchange membrane electrolysis cell systems
  • Includes results, experimental data and interpretations using different organic compounds, such as methanol, formic acid, ethanol, glycerol and biomass

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Autorenporträt
Claude Lamy is a Professor at the European Institute of Membranes of Montepellier University. Before taking on his current position, Professor Lamy was a research scientist in CNRS (Laboratoire d'Electrochimie Interfaciale) and full Professor at the University of Poitiers. His main research interests include interfacial electrochemistry, mechanisms of reactions, electrocatalysis, electro-synthesis in aqueous media from biomass compounds and hydrogen production by electrochemical reforming of alcohols. His research activity has led to more than 250 published original papers (among them about 220 in International Journals with Referee), 65 papers in proceedings, 18 chapters in scientific books, 80 invited lectures and more than 300 oral presentations. He has also received the Christian Schönbein Prize at the European Fuel Cell Forum, Lucerne (Switzerland) and is a Fellow of the International Society of Electrochemistry.