Earth-Abundant Metal Pyrites (FeS2, CoS2, NiS2, and Their Alloys) for Highly Efficient Hydrogen Evolution and Polysulfide Reduction Electrocatalysis

@inproceedings{Faber2014EarthAbundantMP,
  title={Earth-Abundant
Metal Pyrites (FeS2, CoS2, NiS2,
and Their Alloys) for Highly Efficient Hydrogen Evolution and Polysulfide
Reduction Electrocatalysis},
  author={Matthew S. Faber and Mark A. Lukowski and Qi Ding and Nicholas S. Kaiser and Song Jin},
  booktitle={The journal of physical chemistry. C, Nanomaterials and interfaces},
  year={2014}
}
Many materials have been explored as potential hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) electrocatalysts to generate clean hydrogen fuel via water electrolysis, but none so far compete with the highly efficient and stable (but cost prohibitive) noble metals. Similarly, noble metals often excel as electrocatalytic counter electrode materials in regenerative liquid-junction photoelectrochemical solar cells, such as quantum dot-sensitized solar cells (QDSSCs) that employ the sulfide/polysulfide redox… CONTINUE READING
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