Electrochemical reactions often produce gas form bubbles at the reaction site. Here in MCS, our colleague David Fernandez Rivas and his crew are studying the influences on energy and mass transfer by gas bubbles evolving in electrodes, because bubbles can reduce the reaction efficiency. Together with collaborators from New York University, they described different strategies to mitigate losses and exploit bubbles. The results of this work are published in Joule. You can reach the full article for further details by using this link.
Wednesday 5 February 2020
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