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A Biologically Inspired Organometallic Fuel Cell (OMFC) That Converts Renewable Alcohols into Energy and Chemicals

Schwarzbrennerei: Durch zersetzungsfreie Abscheidung eines Komplexes auf Kohlenstoffpulver lässt sich eine metallorganische Brennstoffzelle (OMFC) konstruieren, die effizient Alkohole in Carbonsäuren umwandelt. Diese Methode könnte die abfallfreie Synthese von Feinchemikalien aus erneuerbaren Quellen ermöglichen.

Authors:   Annen, Samuel P.; Bambagioni, Valentina; Bevilacqua, Manuela; Filippi, Jonathan; Marchionni, Andrea; Oberhauser, Werner; Schönberg, Hartmut; Vizza, Francesco; Bianchini, Claudio; Grützmacher, Hansjörg
Journal:   Angewandte Chemie
Volume:   122
edition:   40
Year:   2010
Pages:   7387
DOI:   10.1002/ange.201002234
Publication date:   24-Sep-2010
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