Lattice-strained metal–organic-framework arrays for bifunctional oxygen electrocatalysis

@article{Cheng2019LatticestrainedMA,
  title={Lattice-strained metal–organic-framework arrays for bifunctional oxygen electrocatalysis},
  author={Weiren Cheng and Xu Zhao and Hui Su and Fumin Tang and Wei Che and Hui Zhang and Qinghua Liu},
  journal={Nature Energy},
  year={2019},
  volume={4},
  pages={115-122}
}
Oxygen electrocatalysis is central to technologies such as fuel cells and electrolysers, but challenges remain due to the lack of effective earth-abundant electrocatalysts and insufficient understanding of catalytic mechanisms. Here we demonstrate that robust bifunctional oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) and oxygen evolution reaction (OER) activity can be achieved by inducing lattice strain in noble-metal-free metal–organic frameworks (MOFs). Lattice-strained NiFe MOFs exhibit mass activities of… 

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