Novel Fe-based nanoglass as efficient noble-metal-free electrocatalyst for alkaline hydrogen evolution reaction

@article{Wu2020NovelFN,
  title={Novel Fe-based nanoglass as efficient noble-metal-free electrocatalyst for alkaline hydrogen evolution reaction},
  author={Kaiyao Wu and Y. Meng and J. Xu and K. Edalati and H. Shao and Weiping Li and H. Lin},
  journal={Scripta Materialia},
  year={2020},
  volume={188},
  pages={135-139}
}
Abstract A Fe78Si9B13 nanoglass with improved alkaline hydrogen evolution performances is prepared by melt spinning followed by high-pressure torsion (HPT). HPT treatment induces slight unique crystallization meanwhile generates abundant interfaces/regions both inside the amorphous matrix and between the amorphous matrix and nanocrystallites. In 1.0 M KOH, the nanoglass requires an overpotential of only 112 mV to achieve the current density of 10 mA cm–2, which is much smaller than those of the… Expand

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