Ultrahigh hydrogen evolution performance of under-water "superaerophobic" MoS₂ nanostructured electrodes.

@article{Lu2014UltrahighHE,
  title={Ultrahigh hydrogen evolution performance of under-water "superaerophobic" MoS₂ nanostructured electrodes.},
  author={Zhiyi Lu and Wei Zhu and Xiaoyou Yu and H. Zhang and Yingjie Li and Xiaoming Sun and Xinwei Wang and Hao Wang and Jingming Wang and Jun Luo and Xiaodong Lei and Lei Jiang},
  journal={Advanced materials},
  year={2014},
  volume={26 17},
  pages={
          2683-7, 2615
        }
}
The adhesion of as-formed gas bubbles on the electrode surface usually impedes mass-transfer kinetics and subsequently decreases electrolysis efficiency. Here it is demonstrated that nanostructured MoS₂ films on conductive substrates show a faster hydrogen evolution reaction (HER), current increase, and a more-stable working state than their flat counterpart by significantly alleviating the adhesion of as-formed gas bubbles on the electrode. This study clearly reveals the importance of a nano… CONTINUE READING

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