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Huei-Ru “Molly” Jhong, Fikile R. Brushett and Paul J. A. Kenis Fuel Cells: The Effects of Catalyst Layer Deposition Methodology on Electrode Performance (Adv. Energy Mater. 5/2013) Advanced Energy Materials 3

Version of Record online: 10 MAY 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201370019

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The front cover shows the three-dimensional rendering of a gas diffusion electrode, used in fuel cells and CO2 electrolyzers, where a thin, uniform, and crack-free catalyst layer is crucial to efficient operation. On page 589, Paul J. A. Kenis and co-workers employ coupled micro-computed X-ray tomography and electrochemical analyses to characterize electrode structure–performance relationships as a function of catalyst layer deposition methodology. Cover image: Alex Jerez, The Imaging Technology Group at Beckman Institute.

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