Glassy carbon (GC) electrode is intended to be modified with nickel oxide (NiOx) and multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) in the anodic reaction of water electrolysis. NiOx deposition time is optimized and a 5 min was enough to attain the maximum activity. A further modification of the catalyst with MWCNTs could greatly enhance its stability during continuous electrolysis. As an outcome, an energy amount of 21.7 kWh/KgO2 is minimized. Several electrochemical and materials characterization setups will be utilized to test the catalyst activity and to know its geometry and structure.
Al-Akraa, Islam M. Dr.; Asal, Yaser M. Mr; and Khamis, Saher D. Eng, "Assembling of NiOx/MWCNTs-GC Anodic Nanocatalyst for Water Electrolysis Applications" (2018). Chemical Engineering. 72.