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We report an efficient method for enriching high-purity metallic single-walled carbon nanotubes (m-SWCNTs) by using NO2 as oxidant to remove semiconducting components at 220 °C. After etching, m-SWCNTs with purity higher than 90% were obtained. The surviving m-SWCNTs retain an intact structure without any extra defects on their surface.
Platinum is commonly chosen as an electrocatalyst used for oxygen reduction reaction (ORR). In this study, we report an active catalyst composed of MnO2 nanofilms grown directly on nitrogen-doped hollow graphene spheres, which exhibits high activity toward ORR with positive onset potential (0.94 V vs RHE), large current density (5.2 mA cm-2), and perfect… (More)