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Low Overpotential Water Splitting Using Cobalt–Cobalt Phosphide Nanoparticles Supported on Nickel Foam
We report a simple, facile, and safe route for preparation of cobalt–cobalt phosphide (Co/Co2P) nanoparticles and demonstrate their application as efficient low-cost catalysts for electrochemicalExpand
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Influence of the Fe:Ni Ratio and Reaction Temperature on the Efficiency of (FexNi1–x)9S8 Electrocatalysts Applied in the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
Inspired by our recent finding that Fe4.5Ni4.5S8 rock is a highly active electrocatalyst for HER, we set out to explore the influence of the Fe:Ni ratio on the performance of the catalyst. We hereinExpand
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Pentlandite rocks as sustainable and stable efficient electrocatalysts for hydrogen generation
The need for sustainable catalysts for an efficient hydrogen evolution reaction is of significant interest for modern society. Inspired by comparable structural properties of [FeNi]-hydrogenase, hereExpand
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Metallic NiPS3@NiOOH Core–Shell Heterostructures as Highly Efficient and Stable Electrocatalyst for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction
We report metallic NiPS3@NiOOH core–shell heterostructures as an efficient and durable electrocatalyst for the oxygen evolution reaction, exhibiting a low onset potential of 1.48 V (vs RHE) andExpand
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Powder Catalyst Fixation for Post-Electrolysis Structural Characterization of NiFe Layered Double Hydroxide Based Oxygen Evolution Reaction Electrocatalysts.
Highly active electrocatalysts for the oxygen evolution (OER) reaction are in most cases powder nanomaterials, which undergo substantial changes upon applying the high potentials required forExpand
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Co3 O4 @Co/NCNT Nanostructure Derived from a Dicyanamide-Based Metal-Organic Framework as an Efficient Bi-functional Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction and Evolution Reactions.
There has been growing interest in the synthesis of efficient reversible oxygen electrodes for both the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) and the oxygen evolution reactions (OER), for their potentialExpand
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MoSSe@reduced graphene oxide nanocomposite heterostructures as efficient and stable electrocatalysts for the hydrogen evolution reaction
Abstract Non-noble metal based materials efficiently catalyzing the hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) are reported based on a novel strategy where electrocatalytically active ultrathin molybdenumExpand
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Interactions between photoexcited NIR emitting CdHgTe quantum dots and graphene oxide
Hydrothermally grown mercury cadmium telluride quantum dots (CdHgTe QDs) are decorated on graphene oxide (GO) sheets through physisorption. The structural change of GO through partial reduction ofExpand
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