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The high cost of platinum (Pt) based catalysts for oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) has restricted the widespread commercialization of fuel cells. Heteroatom (N, B, P, S or Se) doped carbon materials have been regarded as the promising metal-free catalysts for replacing Pt based catalysts owing to their high efficiencies, good stability and relative low(More)
Nitrogen-doped graphene aerogels with hierarchically porous architectures (N-Gs) are fabricated through the co-assembly of graphene oxide and o-phthalonitrile in a solvothermal process and the thermal treatment of the obtained composites at different temperatures. The structural characterizations indicate that both mesopores and macropores exist in the(More)
As a novel electrocatalyst for oxygen reduction reaction (ORR), nitrogen-doped graphene aerogel supported cobalt nanoparticles (Co-NGA) is archived by a hybrid-assembly of graphene oxide (GO), o-phthalonitrile and cobalt acetate and the following thermal treatment. The hybrid-assembly process successfully combines the ionic assembly of GO sheets and Co ions(More)
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