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Porous molybdenum carbide nano-octahedrons synthesized via confined carburization in metal-organic frameworks for efficient hydrogen production
Electrochemical water splitting has been considered as a promising approach to produce clean and sustainable hydrogen fuel. However, the lack of high-performance and low-cost electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution reaction ...
One-pot synthesis of Pt-Co alloy nanowire assemblies with tunable composition and enhanced electrocatalytic properties
Three-dimensional (3D) Pt-based alloy nanostructures composed of one-dimensional (1D) nanowires/nanorods have recently attracted significant interest as electrocatalysts. In this work, we report an effective solvothermal ...
Ultrathin and ultralong single-crystal platinum nanowire assemblies with highly stable electrocatalytic cctivity
Ultrathin one-dimensional (1D) nanostructures such as nanowires and nanorods have drawn considerable attention due to their promising applications in various fields. Despite the numerous reports on 1D nanostructures of ...
Recent progress on graphene-based hybrid electrocatalysts
Graphene-based hybrid nanostructures have attracted increasing interest worldwide. Benefiting from their remarkable electrochemical catalytic properties derived from chemical compositions and synergetic effects of ...
Strongly coupled NiCo2O4-rGO hybrid nanosheets as a methanol-tolerant electrocatalyst for the oxygen reduction reaction
Strongly coupled NiCo2O4-rGO hybrid nanosheets are syntheiszed through a cost-effective two-step strategy involving a facile polyol process and subsequent thermal annealing treatment in air. The hybrid nanosheets exhibit ...
Sandwich-structured TiO2-Pt-graphene ternary hybrid electrocatalysts with high efficiency and stability
The practical application of low temperature fuel cells is largely hindered by the unavailability of efficient electrocatalysts with high activity and stability. A promising strategy to design highly active electrocatalysts ...