Efficient hydrogen evolution catalysis using ternary pyrite-type cobalt phosphosulphide.

@article{CabnAcevedo2015EfficientHE,
  title={Efficient hydrogen evolution catalysis using ternary pyrite-type cobalt phosphosulphide.},
  author={Miguel Cab{\'a}n-Acevedo and Michael Lee Stone and J R Schmidt and Joseph A. Thomas and Qi Ding and Hung-Chih Chang and Meng-Lin Tsai and Jr-Hau He and Song Jin},
  journal={Nature materials},
  year={2015},
  volume={14 12},
  pages={
          1245-51
        }
}
The scalable and sustainable production of hydrogen fuel through water splitting demands efficient and robust Earth-abundant catalysts for the hydrogen evolution reaction (HER). Building on promising metal compounds with high HER catalytic activity, such as pyrite structure cobalt disulphide (CoS2), and substituting non-metal elements to tune the hydrogen adsorption free energy could lead to further improvements in catalytic activity. Here we present a combined theoretical and experimental… CONTINUE READING
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