Hexagonal tungsten oxide nanoflowers as enzymatic mimetics and electrocatalysts

@inproceedings{Park2017HexagonalTO,
  title={Hexagonal tungsten oxide nanoflowers as enzymatic mimetics and electrocatalysts},
  author={Chan Yeong Park and J. M. Seo and Hongil Jo and Juhyun Park and Kang Min Ok and Tae Jung Park},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2017}
}
Tungsten oxide (WOx) has been widely studied for versatile applications based on its photocatalytic, intrinsic catalytic, and electrocatalytic properties. Among the several nanostructures, we focused on the flower-like structures to increase the catalytic efficiency on the interface with both increased substrate interaction capacities due to their large surface area and efficient electron transportation. Therefore, improved WOx nanoflowers (WONFs) with large surface areas were developed through… CONTINUE READING

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