Bulk metallic glass nanowire architecture for electrochemical applications.

  title={Bulk metallic glass nanowire architecture for electrochemical applications.},
  author={Marcelo Carmo and Ryan C Sekol and Shiyan Ding and G. B. Veeresh Kumar and Jan Ole Schroers and Andr{\'e} D. Taylor},
  journal={ACS nano},
  volume={5 4},
Electrochemical devices have the potential to pose powerful solutions in addressing rising energy demands and counteracting environmental problems. However, currently, these devices suffer from meager performance due to poor efficiency and durability of the catalysts. These suboptimal characteristics have hampered widespread commercialization. Here we report on Pt(57.5)Cu(14.7)Ni(5.3)P(22.5) bulk metallic glass (Pt-BMG) nanowires, whose novel architecture and outstanding durability circumvent… CONTINUE READING

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