Hierarchically porous carbons with optimized nitrogen doping as highly active electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction.

@article{Liang2014HierarchicallyPC,
  title={Hierarchically porous carbons with optimized nitrogen doping as highly active electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction.},
  author={Hai-Wei Liang and Xiaodong Zhuang and Sebastian Br{\"u}ller and Xinliang Feng and Klaus M{\"u}llen},
  journal={Nature communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={5},
  pages={4973}
}
Development of efficient, low-cost and stable electrocatalysts as the alternative to platinum for the oxygen reduction reaction is of significance for many important electrochemical devices, such as fuel cells, metal-air batteries and chlor-alkali electrolysers. Here we report a highly active nitrogen-doped, carbon-based, metal-free oxygen reduction reaction electrocatalyst, prepared by a hard-templating synthesis, for which nitrogen-enriched aromatic polymers and colloidal silica are used as… CONTINUE READING
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