Researchers create reliable prediction method for oxygen reduction catalysts

Researchers from Tohoku University have developed a new method to predict the efficiency of oxygen reduction catalysts, particularly those used in fuel cells. Their work focuses on metal-doped azaphthalocyanine (AzPc) catalysts and combines computer simulations with experimental data. This approach not only enhances the understanding of how these catalysts function in different pH levels but also serves as a benchmark for future studies, potentially accelerating the development of more efficient fuel cells. For a detailed read, visit