RECYCALYSE at the Swiss Chemical Society fall virtual conference
On September 10th, the Swiss Chemical Society was held online and structured in different parallel sessions revolving around analytical sciences, organic chemistry or catalysis science among many other topics where the young chemists have the opportunity to present their research to a broader audience.
There, Aline Bornet, chemistry researcher at the University of Bern, has presented a poster within the catalysis science & engineering group at the Swiss Chemical Society fall meeting under the topic of testing supported IrOx and IrRuOx nanocatalysts for the acidic oxygen evolution reaction in a novel gas diffusion electrode setup.
Did you miss the session? Aline’s poster is already available on the RECYCALYSE’s YouTube channel
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