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Electrochemical systems for sustainable ammonia production

posted on 20.08.2021, 04:07 by HOANG LONG DU
Ammonia is future fuel and required electrochemical systems to support, i. e. water electrolyser and nitrogen reduction reaction (NRR) cell. That requests active and sustainable catalyst to operate the process at required conditions. So far, the composite of cobalt- bismuth-tin oxide has been shown promising in term of stability for oxidation side of the water electrolyser. And lithium supported NRR process is outperformed and delivers better rate and selectivity of ammonia production compared to other approaches.


Campus location


Principal supervisor

Alexandr Simonov

Additional supervisor 1

Douglas R. Macfarlane

Year of Award


Department, School or Centre



Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Type



Faculty of Science