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The aim of this research is to analyze the efficiency of bimetallic catalysts for the electrooxidation of glycerol in alkaline electrolyte. The results were found that Pd/C and Pd/FeXOY-C catalysts exhibited smoothly surface morphology and evenly metal distribution on supporter. In addition, when tested the electro-oxidation reaction of alkaline with the intermediate glycerol were found that the Pd/FeXOY-C catalyst obtained highly effective electro-oxidation reaction of glycerol more than Pd/C catalyst. Herein, Pd/FeXOY-C catalyst presented the maximum current density as 1.92 mA at -0.100 V which more than the Pd/C catalyst that found as 1.67 mA at the same condition.
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