Electrocatalysis for the Hydrogen Economy

@inproceedings{Katsounaros2017ElectrocatalysisFT,
  title={Electrocatalysis for the Hydrogen Economy},
  author={I. Katsounaros and M. Koper},
  year={2017}
}
This chapter deals with the concept of “hydrogen economy”, which was introduced by John O.M’ Bockris in 1972. We summarize the fundamental principles and the progress for the reactions relevant to the hydrogen economy, namely the hydrogen and oxygen evolution for water electrolyzers, and the hydrogen oxidation and oxygen reduction for fuel cells. The activity of each reaction can be correlated to a single descriptor, i.e. the adsorption energy of a key reaction intermediate, following a volcano… Expand
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