Anders Laursen
Electrochemistry - Material Science - Surface Science

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Anders is currently a research associate at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. His research is focused on electrochemistry for renewable energy. Electrochemical water splitting (water electrolysis) into hydrogen and oxygen is a source of sustainable fuels if the source of the electricity is renewable, such as wind mills, solar panels, hydroelectric a.o. Commercial water electrolysis relies on noble metal catalysts of platinum and ruthenium/iridium oxides. These catalysts contribute significant cost to the device and will eventually restrict the scale on which this technology may be implemented due to the limited reserves of these precious metals.

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