Interlocked multi-armed carbon for stable oxygen reduction.

@article{Li2016InterlockedMC,
  title={Interlocked multi-armed carbon for stable oxygen reduction.},
  author={Yiming Li and Lei Li and Longfeng Zhu and Li Gu and Xuebo Cao},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  year={2016},
  volume={52 32},
  pages={
          5520-2
        }
}
Structurally interlocked multi-armed carbon with a highly extended surface may be conveniently prepared by the deterministic growth of ZIF-8 on ZnO multiarms and the subsequent pyrolysis, which exhibits excellent stability and methanol corrosion resistance for oxygen reduction application. 

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