[Mitsuru Wakisaka] Electrosynthesis of organic hydride at controlled liquid-liquid-solid three phase interface

Presto Researcher

Mitsuru Wakisaka

Faculty of engineering, Toyama Prefectural University
Associate professor

Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi
Visiting associate professor

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A novel method for direct electrochemical synthesis of organic hydride as an energy career is proposed in this study. The aim of this study is the establishment of facile and highly-efficient electrosynthesis of organic hydrides at liquid-liquid-solid (oil-water-electrode) three phase interface controlled by a microemulsion method. Properties of the three phase interface and the reaction mechanism of the electrosynthesis will be characterized and investigated in order to optimize three phase boundary and develope electrode materials for the electrosyntheiss. Practical electrosyntheis cells will be designed and operated by combining the optimized microemulsion and developed electrode materials.

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