catalytic activity of graphene-covered non-noble metals

(Yoshikazu Ito)

Optimization of the number of graphene-covering layers and the density of defects generated by chemical doping is crucial for achieving a balance between corrosion resistance and catalytic activity. Here, we investigate the influence of charge transfer and proton penetration through the graphene layers on the HER mechanisms of the non-noble metals Ni and Cu in an acidic electrolyte.

Synthesis of noble metal/graphene nanocomposites

2013/1/1In the noble metal/graphene nanocomposites of Pd, Pt, Au, and Ag nanoparticles, the GO and metal salts were reduced completely by this synthetic method. In addition, the Pd/graphene nanocomposites showed good catalytic activity in the Suzuki coupling reaction and could be reused many times without loss of catalytic activity.

Chemical vapor deposition of graphene on thin

Thin-metal films, which are usually made by depositing metals on various substrates such as single-crystal sapphire, have also been reported as catalytic substrates for high-quality graphene growth. Thin-metal films can also serve as intermediates to grow graphene on catalytically inactive substrates, such as dielectrics for electronic devices.

Sulfur Doped Nickel Phosphide Nanoplates Arrays: a

Subscriber access provided by Kaohsiung Medical University Energy, Environmental, and Catalysis Applications Sulfur Doped Nickel Phosphide Nanoplates Arrays: a Monolithic Electrocatalyst for Efficient Hydrogen Evolution Reaction Jinfa Chang, Kai Li, Zhijian

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Interestingly, bimetallic structures occur higher catalytic activity in comparison to monometallic counterparts. Their joining may differ from a mixture of two different metals where the second one is distributed quite regularly in the matrix of the first one or core-shell structure where the first metal is covered with the second one.

Cooperation between holey graphene and NiMo alloy

Here, we have fabricated non-noble-metal electrodes using a bicontinuous and open porous NiMo alloy covered by nitrogen-doped (N-doped) graphene with nanometer-sized holes. This noble-metal-free HER catalyst exhibits performance almost identical with that of a Pt/C electrode, while its original catalytic activity is preserved even in acidic electrolytes.

Effect of catalytic metals of various elements on synthesis of

Effect of catalytic metals of various elements on synthesis of graphite-capped, vertically aligned carbon nanotube arrays Yuki Matsuoka and Masamichi Yoshimura Graduate School of Engineering, Toyota Technological Institute, Nagoya 468-8511, Japan Received

(PDF) Electrocatalytic Activity and Stability of Pt clusters

High stability and activity of Pt electrocatalyst on atomic layer deposited metal oxide/nitrogen-doped graphene hybrid support By Shanna Knights Metal Oxides as Electrocatalysts at Oxygen Electrodes in Electrochemical Systems By Shuai Zhao Download pdf

(PDF) Electrocatalytic Activity and Stability of Pt clusters

High stability and activity of Pt electrocatalyst on atomic layer deposited metal oxide/nitrogen-doped graphene hybrid support By Shanna Knights Metal Oxides as Electrocatalysts at Oxygen Electrodes in Electrochemical Systems By Shuai Zhao Download pdf

Noble Metals

Noble metal based materials have found wide application as hydrogenation, total oxidation and, more recently, partial oxidation heterogeneous catalysts [1, 2].Usually, they are prepared using impregnation methods [3], trying to achieve maximum utilization of the active phase in the reaction, due to the high cost of the noble metals.

Noble Metals

Noble metal based materials have found wide application as hydrogenation, total oxidation and, more recently, partial oxidation heterogeneous catalysts [1, 2].Usually, they are prepared using impregnation methods [3], trying to achieve maximum utilization of the active phase in the reaction, due to the high cost of the noble metals.

Identification of catalytic sites for oxygen reduction and

The graphene edge sites have recently been shown to have a much faster electron transfer rate and higher electrocatalytic activity than the graphene basal plane (51, 52). This, coupled with the fast mass, as well as ionic and electronic transport, makes the

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B. Catalytic activity and kinetics To evaluate the reaction rate and activation energy for the ORR process, further electrochemical measurements were carried out in the neutral solution. As showed in Fig. 4(a), the Tafel test described the dependence of the current density generated through an electrochemical reaction on the applied overpotential.

(PDF) Lattice Matched Carbide–Phosphide Composites with

Lattice Matched Carbide–Phosphide Composites with Superior Electrocatalytic Activity and Stability Chemistry of Materials Gabriel Goenaga Download PDF Download Full PDF Package This paper A short summary of this paper 37 Full PDFs related to this paper

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B. Catalytic activity and kinetics To evaluate the reaction rate and activation energy for the ORR process, further electrochemical measurements were carried out in the neutral solution. As showed in Fig. 4(a), the Tafel test described the dependence of the current density generated through an electrochemical reaction on the applied overpotential.

Noble metal

Noble metals in the periodic table Elements categorised as such[1] Also recognised by (Arb) Brooks[2] Arb Ahmad[3] Arb Wells[4] Arb Tamboli et al.[5] Elements commonly recognised as metalloids Noble gases Scatter plot of electronegativity values and melting points for metals (up to fermium, element 100) and some borderline elements (Ge, As, Sb

Identification of catalytic sites for oxygen reduction and

The graphene edge sites have recently been shown to have a much faster electron transfer rate and higher electrocatalytic activity than the graphene basal plane (51, 52). This, coupled with the fast mass, as well as ionic and electronic transport, makes the

Study finds holey graphene promising design route for

2018/4/27A team led by researchers at the University of Tsukuba in Japan has fabricated non-noble-metal electrodes for the hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) for electrochemical water splitting using a bicontinuous and open porous NiMo alloy covered by nitrogen-doped (N-doped) graphene with nanometer-sized holes. This noble-metal-free HER catalyst exhibits performance almost identical

Noble metal

Noble metals in the periodic table Elements categorised as such[1] Also recognised by (Arb) Brooks[2] Arb Ahmad[3] Arb Wells[4] Arb Tamboli et al.[5] Elements commonly recognised as metalloids Noble gases Scatter plot of electronegativity values and melting points for metals (up to fermium, element 100) and some borderline elements (Ge, As, Sb

Strain modulation of phase transformation of noble

Noble metals have been recognized as the most efficient ORR catalyst candidates, especially Pt which possesses the best ORR catalytic activity among pure metals. 1 However, the scarcity and high cost of noble metals, also the yet to be improved efficiency of

Effect of catalytic metals of various elements on synthesis of

Effect of catalytic metals of various elements on synthesis of graphite-capped, vertically aligned carbon nanotube arrays Yuki Matsuoka and Masamichi Yoshimura Graduate School of Engineering, Toyota Technological Institute, Nagoya 468-8511, Japan Received

Incorporation of Nitrogen Defects for Efficient Reduction of

Although noble metals such as gold and silver have been demonstrated to reduce CO2 into carbon monoxide (CO) efficiently, they suffer from poor durability and scarcity. Here we report three-dimensional (3D) graphene foam incorporated with nitrogen defects as a metal-free catalyst for CO2 reduction.

Noble metal

Noble metals in the periodic table Elements categorised as such[1] Also recognised by (Arb) Brooks[2] Arb Ahmad[3] Arb Wells[4] Arb Tamboli et al.[5] Elements commonly recognised as metalloids Noble gases Scatter plot of electronegativity values and melting points for metals (up to fermium, element 100) and some borderline elements (Ge, As, Sb

Functionalization of Graphene with O and S for Catalytic

The results were suggestive of the structures suitable for screening their catalytic activity in the degradation of the highly toxic polychlorophenols and organic dyes. The adsorption and photo catalytic properties of the asprepared samples were screened for the degradation process and it was found that sulphur doped graphene oxide showed more positive results for the degradation of

4P067 Three dimensional porous graphene supported NiMo nanoparticles capsuled by N

performances. Here we report acid-stable, earth-abundant catalysts with high HER activity, which is NiMo nanoparticles covered by N-doped graphene on the surface of three dimensional porous graphene. With the protection of graphene layers, the non-noble

Influence of Nitrogen doping on the Catalytic Activity of Ni

activity and poor durability compared to noble metals are the main dilemmas facing most of the introduced non precious catalysts.Currently,manystudiesarefocusingonimprov-ing the catalytic activity and stability through incorporation of heteroatoms such asture

Chemical vapor deposition of graphene on thin

Thin-metal films, which are usually made by depositing metals on various substrates such as single-crystal sapphire, have also been reported as catalytic substrates for high-quality graphene growth. Thin-metal films can also serve as intermediates to grow graphene on catalytically inactive substrates, such as dielectrics for electronic devices.

Intermetallic nickel silicide nanocatalyst—A non

Hydrogenation reactions are essential processes in the chemical industry, giving access to a variety of valuable compounds including fine chemicals, agrochemicals, and pharmachemicals. On an industrial scale, hydrogenations are typically performed with precious metal catalysts or with base metal catalysts, such as Raney nickel, which requires special handling due to its pyrophoric nature. We

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