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Researchers from the Center of Research Excellence in Nanotechnology (CENT) have been issued a new patent by the US Patent Office on their innovation on a method of making a Pd doped zinc oxide conducting electrode.

 

The patent for invention number "US10844500" provides a method for manufacturing a palladium doped metal oxide conducting electrode including immersing a metal oxide conducting electrode into an aqueous solution comprising a palladium precursor salt to form the metal oxide conducting electrode having at least one surface coated with palladium precursor, and reducing the metal oxide conducting electrode having at least one surface coated with palladium precursor with a borohydride compound to form the metal oxide conducting electrode having at least one surface coated with palladium nanoparticles, wherein the palladium nanoparticles on the metal oxide conducting electrode have an average diameter of 8 nm to 22 nm and are present on the surface of the metal oxide conducting electrode at a density from 1.5×10−3 Pd·nm−2 to 3.5×10−3 Pd·nm−2.

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