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Modification of Ti-doped hematite nanowires with a NiOx buffer layer for improved photoelectrochemical performance EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 119 (8) | APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS
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Hematite (alpha-Fe2O3) is a promising photoanode material for photoelectrochemical (PEC) water splitting due to its appropriate bandgap, good stability, and earth-abundance. However, the poor charge transfer property and sluggish kinetics of water oxidation limit the PEC performance of alpha-Fe2O3 photoanodes. Herein, a thin NiOx buffer layer was introduced between the Ti doped alpha-Fe2O3 (Fe2O3-Ti) layer and the fluorine-doped tin oxide (FTO) substrate without affecting the nanowire morphology and light absorption property of Fe2O3-Ti. This buffer layer can apparently suppress the charge recombination by mitigating the lattice mismatching between the Fe2O3-Ti film and the FTO substrate. In addition, the good conductivity of the NiOx film from the non-stoichiometric composition is also beneficial to the charge transfer. As a consequence, the photocurrent density was greatly improved by adding the NiOx layer in the Fe2O3-Ti photoanode, reaching 1.32 mA center dot cm(-2) at 1.23 V-RHE without any co-catalyst and sacrificial agent. This work gives a detailed analysis of the back contact in the hematite-based photoanode and provides an effective strategy for underlayer interface optimization.

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GB/T 7714 Chen, Yubin , Lv, Fei , Xia, Hongyu et al. Modification of Ti-doped hematite nanowires with a NiOx buffer layer for improved photoelectrochemical performance [J]. | APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS , 2021 , 119 (8) .
MLA Chen, Yubin et al. "Modification of Ti-doped hematite nanowires with a NiOx buffer layer for improved photoelectrochemical performance" . | APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 119 . 8 (2021) .
APA Chen, Yubin , Lv, Fei , Xia, Hongyu , Xu, Xiaoya , Su, Jinzhan , Shen, Shaohua . Modification of Ti-doped hematite nanowires with a NiOx buffer layer for improved photoelectrochemical performance . | APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS , 2021 , 119 (8) .
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Theoretical Insights into the Limitation of Photocatalytic Overall Water Splitting Performance of VIA Group Elements Doped Polymeric Carbon Nitride: A Density Functional Theory Calculation Predicting Solar-to-Hydrogen Efficiency EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 5 (6) | SOLAR RRL
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Polymeric carbon nitride (p-C3N4) is thermodynamically feasible for photocatalytic overall water splitting. Element doping is proved effective in enhancing the photocatalytic performance of p-C3N4. The effect of doping is usually interpreted from the angle of electronic structures by first-principles density functional theory (DFT) calculations. However, the information on electronic structures is insufficient for understanding and predicting the ultimate criterion of solar-tohydrogen (STH) efficiency. Herein, a DFT calculation method is provided to investigate and predict the STH of VIA group elements doped p-C3N4 by calculating the efficiencies of both light absorption and carrier utilization. Particularly, significant efforts are made to calculate the energy barriers for the surface hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) and oxygen evolution reaction (OER) to determine the carrier utilization efficiency. Moreover, the chemisorption energies of the reactant intermediates are calculated to quantify the intermediates affinity for HER and OER on the surface. Among the VIA elements, oxygen is discovered as the most effective dopant in promoting the STH because oxygen-doped p-C3N4 has the lowest energy barriers for OER and the largest chemisorption energy for intermediates absorption. The calculation results highlight the importance of the surface reaction properties for efficient photocatalytic overall water splitting.

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overall water splitting solar-to-hydrogen efficiency VIA group elements doping polymeric carbon nitride density functional theory calculations

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Yiqing , Zhao, Daming , Deng, Hao et al. Theoretical Insights into the Limitation of Photocatalytic Overall Water Splitting Performance of VIA Group Elements Doped Polymeric Carbon Nitride: A Density Functional Theory Calculation Predicting Solar-to-Hydrogen Efficiency [J]. | SOLAR RRL , 2021 , 5 (6) .
MLA Wang, Yiqing et al. "Theoretical Insights into the Limitation of Photocatalytic Overall Water Splitting Performance of VIA Group Elements Doped Polymeric Carbon Nitride: A Density Functional Theory Calculation Predicting Solar-to-Hydrogen Efficiency" . | SOLAR RRL 5 . 6 (2021) .
APA Wang, Yiqing , Zhao, Daming , Deng, Hao , Li, Mingtao , Chen, Jie , Shen, Shaohua . Theoretical Insights into the Limitation of Photocatalytic Overall Water Splitting Performance of VIA Group Elements Doped Polymeric Carbon Nitride: A Density Functional Theory Calculation Predicting Solar-to-Hydrogen Efficiency . | SOLAR RRL , 2021 , 5 (6) .
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Boron-doped nitrogen-deficient carbon nitride-based Z-scheme heterostructures for photocatalytic overall water splitting EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 6 (4) , 388-397 | NATURE ENERGY
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Splitting water using suspensions of particulate carbon nitride-based photocatalysts may be a cheap way to produce hydrogen, but efficiencies have remained low. Now, Shen and colleagues use doped carbon nitride-based Z-scheme heterostructures to split water with a solar-to-hydrogen efficiency of 1.1% in the presence of metal-based co-catalysts. Photocatalytic overall water splitting can be achieved using Z-scheme systems that mimic natural photosynthesis by combining dissimilar semiconductors in series. However, coupling well-suited H-2- and O-2-evolving components remains challenging. Here, we fabricate a Z-scheme system for photocatalytic overall water splitting based on boron-doped, nitrogen-deficient carbon nitride two-dimensional (2D) nanosheets. We prepare ultrathin carbon nitride nanosheets with varying levels of boron dopants and nitrogen defects, which leads to nanosheets that can act as either H-2- or O-2-evolving photocatalysts. Using an electrostatic self-assembly strategy, the nanosheets are coupled to obtain a 2D/2D polymeric heterostructure. Owing to their ultrathin nanostructures, strong interfacial interaction and staggered band alignment, a Z-scheme route for efficient charge-carrier separation and transfer is realized. The obtained heterostructure achieves stoichiometric H-2 and O-2 evolution in the presence of Pt and Co(OH)(2) co-catalysts, and the solar-to-hydrogen efficiency reaches 1.16% under one-sun illumination.

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GB/T 7714 Zhao, Daming , Wang, Yiqing , Dong, Chung-Li et al. Boron-doped nitrogen-deficient carbon nitride-based Z-scheme heterostructures for photocatalytic overall water splitting [J]. | NATURE ENERGY , 2021 , 6 (4) : 388-397 .
MLA Zhao, Daming et al. "Boron-doped nitrogen-deficient carbon nitride-based Z-scheme heterostructures for photocatalytic overall water splitting" . | NATURE ENERGY 6 . 4 (2021) : 388-397 .
APA Zhao, Daming , Wang, Yiqing , Dong, Chung-Li , Huang, Yu-Cheng , Chen, Jie , Xue, Fei et al. Boron-doped nitrogen-deficient carbon nitride-based Z-scheme heterostructures for photocatalytic overall water splitting . | NATURE ENERGY , 2021 , 6 (4) , 388-397 .
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Oriented thermal etching of hollow carbon spheres with delicate heat management for efficient solar steam generation EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 178 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER
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Hollow carbon spheres (HCSs) with controllable morphology and structure have received considerable attention in the field of energy conversion and storage. Herein, monodispersed HCSs with cavity sizes tuned from 100 nm to 800 nm and shell thickness from 450 nm to 50 nm were successfully synthe-sized through a unique template-free thermal-etching method. It was evidenced that the dynamically controllable synthesis of HCSs was attributed to the "inside-out" oriented thermal oxidation etching of carbon spheres (CSs) induced by the differentiated "core-shell" chemical structures. Comparing to CSs, the obtained HCSs exhibited much increased efficiency for solar-driven interfacial steam generation (SISG), reaching as high as 88.9%, which outperforms most of the previously reported carbon-based materi-als. It was then demonstrated that the rational heat management for both photothermal and thermal-evaporation conversion is essential to achieve satisfying SISG efficiency. Depending on the increasing cav-ity sizes, HCSs presented gradual increases in both photothermal conversion and thermal-evaporation performances, mainly attributed to the improved light absorption and the delicate heat management, respectively. However, the further increase in cavity size resulted in excessive heat loss and presented decreased thermal-evaporation performance. This work provides an alternative and promising approach to the reasonable design of hollow nanostructures with delicate heat management for efficient SISG as well as other solar energy conversion applications. (c) 2021 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Hollow carbon spheres Solar steam generation Thermal-evaporation conversion Photothermal conversion Heat management

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GB/T 7714 Tan, Yubo , Liu, Maochang , Wei, Daixing et al. Oriented thermal etching of hollow carbon spheres with delicate heat management for efficient solar steam generation [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2021 , 178 .
MLA Tan, Yubo et al. "Oriented thermal etching of hollow carbon spheres with delicate heat management for efficient solar steam generation" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER 178 (2021) .
APA Tan, Yubo , Liu, Maochang , Wei, Daixing , Ren, Jun , Wang, Yechun , Jin, Hui et al. Oriented thermal etching of hollow carbon spheres with delicate heat management for efficient solar steam generation . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2021 , 178 .
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Transition-metal alloy electrocatalysts with active sites modulated by metal-carbide heterophases for efficient oxygen evolution EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 88 | NANO ENERGY
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Given oxygen evolution reaction as the rate-limiting step for electrocatalytic water splitting, it is essential to accelerate water oxidation kinetics by modulating the population and intrinsic activity of active sites. Herein, by annealing the mixture of Fe, Ni, and Mo precursors, FeNi alloys compositing with Mo2C heterophases supported on carbon layers (FeNi-Mo2C/C) were synthesized and exhibited a promising activity for oxygen evolution, with a small overpotential of 288 mV at 10 mA cm-2, which is even superior to the benchmark noble metal-based catalyst (e.g., RuO2). The introduced Mo2C heterophases reduced the particle size of FeNi alloys, increasing the amount of surface electrocatalytically active sites, and tuned the electronic structures of FeNi alloys, stimulating the surface phase transformation with highly-active metal oxides formed for the enhanced intrinsic activity of active sites. This work presents an effective and alternative approach to the modulation of electrocatalytic active sites for electrochemical energy applications.

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Heterophase Electrocatalytic oxygen evolution Water splitting Intrinsic activity Active sites

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Miao , Wang, Yiqing , Mao, Samuel S. et al. Transition-metal alloy electrocatalysts with active sites modulated by metal-carbide heterophases for efficient oxygen evolution [J]. | NANO ENERGY , 2021 , 88 .
MLA Wang, Miao et al. "Transition-metal alloy electrocatalysts with active sites modulated by metal-carbide heterophases for efficient oxygen evolution" . | NANO ENERGY 88 (2021) .
APA Wang, Miao , Wang, Yiqing , Mao, Samuel S. , Shen, Shaohua . Transition-metal alloy electrocatalysts with active sites modulated by metal-carbide heterophases for efficient oxygen evolution . | NANO ENERGY , 2021 , 88 .
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Single-atom nickel terminating sp(2) and sp(3) nitride in polymeric carbon nitride for visible-light photocatalytic overall water splitting EI SCIE PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 12 (10) , 3633-3643 | CHEMICAL SCIENCE
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Polymeric carbon nitride (PCN) has been widely used as a metal-free photocatalyst for solar hydrogen generation from water. However, rapid charge carrier recombination and sluggish water catalysis kinetics have greatly limited its photocatalytic performance for overall water splitting. Herein, a single-atom Ni terminating agent was introduced to coordinate with the heptazine units of PCN to create new hybrid orbitals. Both theoretical calculation and experimental evidence revealed that the new hybrid orbitals synergistically broadened visible light absorption via a metal-to-ligand charge transfer (MLCT) process, and accelerated the separation and transfer of photoexcited electrons and holes. The obtained single-atom Ni terminated PCN (PCNNi), without an additional cocatalyst loading, realized efficient photocatalytic overall water splitting into easily-separated gas-product H-2 and liquid-product H2O2 under visible light, with evolution rates reaching 26.6 and 24.0 mu mol g(-1) h(-1), respectively. It was indicated that single-atom Ni and the neighboring C atom served as water oxidation and reduction active sites, respectively, for overall water splitting via a two-electron reaction pathway.

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GB/T 7714 Li, Yanrui , Wang, Yiqing , Dong, Chung-Li et al. Single-atom nickel terminating sp(2) and sp(3) nitride in polymeric carbon nitride for visible-light photocatalytic overall water splitting [J]. | CHEMICAL SCIENCE , 2021 , 12 (10) : 3633-3643 .
MLA Li, Yanrui et al. "Single-atom nickel terminating sp(2) and sp(3) nitride in polymeric carbon nitride for visible-light photocatalytic overall water splitting" . | CHEMICAL SCIENCE 12 . 10 (2021) : 3633-3643 .
APA Li, Yanrui , Wang, Yiqing , Dong, Chung-Li , Huang, Yu-Cheng , Chen, Jie , Zhang, Zhen et al. Single-atom nickel terminating sp(2) and sp(3) nitride in polymeric carbon nitride for visible-light photocatalytic overall water splitting . | CHEMICAL SCIENCE , 2021 , 12 (10) , 3633-3643 .
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Revealing Active Function of Multicomponent Electrocatalysts from In Situ Nickel Redox for Oxygen Evolution EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 125 (30) , 16420-16427 | JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C
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The microscopic electrode process of oxygen evolution reaction (OER) is crucial for the rational design of efficient multiscale systems in modern electrocatalysis, which needs to be elaborately clarified, especially for catalysts with various components. In this work, beginning with electrochemical redox behavior analysis of nickel species, the active function of multicomponent catalysts (here carbon-contained FeNi-based metals/hydroxides) for OER was elucidated. The component FeNi layered double hydroxides experienced in situ electrochemical transformation, which were further verified as actual species for dominating OER. By kinetic modeling, the surface reactive intermediate *OH featured a volcano plot with an increase in potential, while *O emerged to a saturated coverage to ensure unhindered progress of the rate-determining step (*O -> *OOH), thus endowing the overall OER with a fast rate. This case study facilitates understanding of the fundamental activities of a multicomponent electrode on the electrocatalytic reaction, which contributes to developing novel materials for future application in electrochemical energy conversion and storage.

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Miao , Wei, Yong-Sheng , Zou, Lianli et al. Revealing Active Function of Multicomponent Electrocatalysts from In Situ Nickel Redox for Oxygen Evolution [J]. | JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C , 2021 , 125 (30) : 16420-16427 .
MLA Wang, Miao et al. "Revealing Active Function of Multicomponent Electrocatalysts from In Situ Nickel Redox for Oxygen Evolution" . | JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C 125 . 30 (2021) : 16420-16427 .
APA Wang, Miao , Wei, Yong-Sheng , Zou, Lianli , Wang, Hao-Fan , Shen, Shaohua , Xu, Qiang . Revealing Active Function of Multicomponent Electrocatalysts from In Situ Nickel Redox for Oxygen Evolution . | JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C , 2021 , 125 (30) , 16420-16427 .
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Ultra-small TiO2 nanoparticles embedded in carbon nanosheets for high-performance sodium storage EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 417 | CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
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With the properties of high theoretical capacity and excellent structural stability, TiO2 has been widely studied as anode material for sodium-ion batteries (SIBs). In this work, a composite structure of ultra-small TiO2 nanoparticles embedded in carbon nanosheets (TCNS) is obtained by annealing polyvinylpyrrolidone coated Zn-Ti layered double hydroxide under inert atmosphere, with zinc species removed by hydrochloric acid. As sodium-ion battery anode, the resultant TCNS shows a high reversible capacity of 271.2 mAh g(-1) at 50 mA g(-1) and considerable cycling stability (maintaining 196.7 mAh g(-1) after 2000 cycles at 2 A g(-1)). Ex-situ XRD and TEM investigations clearly illustrate the structure changes of anatase during the sodium storage process. Specifically, ultra-small TiO2 nanoparticles in TCNS show obvious crystal distortion as triggered by the initial insertion of sodium ions, with the reversible sodium storage happening at the (101) active plane of anatase. As experimentally and theoretically evidenced, the twisted crystal structure is maintained in the subsequent cycles, which can effectively promote the sodium diffusion rate in anatase, resulting in the excellent rate and cycle performances of TCNS anode. This study provides informative guidance to explore high-performance TiO2 anodes for SIBs, with novel insights into the sodium ion insertion/extraction mechanism comprehensively elucidated during reversible sodium storage process.

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Crystal distortion TiO2 nanoparticles Sodium diffusion kinetics Anatase Sodium storage

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GB/T 7714 Diao, Zhidan , Wang, Yiqing , Zhao, Daming et al. Ultra-small TiO2 nanoparticles embedded in carbon nanosheets for high-performance sodium storage [J]. | CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL , 2021 , 417 .
MLA Diao, Zhidan et al. "Ultra-small TiO2 nanoparticles embedded in carbon nanosheets for high-performance sodium storage" . | CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL 417 (2021) .
APA Diao, Zhidan , Wang, Yiqing , Zhao, Daming , Zhang, Xiaoping , Mao, Samuel S. , Shen, Shaohua . Ultra-small TiO2 nanoparticles embedded in carbon nanosheets for high-performance sodium storage . | CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL , 2021 , 417 .
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Nanosized BaSnO3 as Electron Transport Promoter Coupled with g-C3N4 toward Enhanced Photocatalytic H-2 Production EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 5 (9) | ADVANCED SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS
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A series of type-II BaSnO3/g-C3N4 heterojunction composites are prepared by anchoring BaSnO3 on g-C3N4 via a facile solvothermal method. BaSnO3 is applied as an electron transport promoter in the field of photocatalytic H-2 production under visible light for the first time. BaSnO3 shows excellent performance in collecting and transferring photogenerated electrons from g-C3N4 to reactive sites, thus effectively inhibiting the recombination of photogenerated electron-holes. Consequently, the photocatalytic H-2-production activity of BaSnO3/g-C3N4 composite is enhanced up to 3.2 times compared to that of pristine g-C3N4. This work provides a meaningful reference for the application of electron transport materials in the field of photocatalysis.

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electron transport promoters solar energy graphitic carbon nitride barium stannate photocatalysis hydrogen

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GB/T 7714 Kang, Xing , Shi, Jinwen , Lu, Huaiyu et al. Nanosized BaSnO3 as Electron Transport Promoter Coupled with g-C3N4 toward Enhanced Photocatalytic H-2 Production [J]. | ADVANCED SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS , 2021 , 5 (9) .
MLA Kang, Xing et al. "Nanosized BaSnO3 as Electron Transport Promoter Coupled with g-C3N4 toward Enhanced Photocatalytic H-2 Production" . | ADVANCED SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS 5 . 9 (2021) .
APA Kang, Xing , Shi, Jinwen , Lu, Huaiyu , Zhang, Guiquan , Yao, Jiantao , Hou, Lulu et al. Nanosized BaSnO3 as Electron Transport Promoter Coupled with g-C3N4 toward Enhanced Photocatalytic H-2 Production . | ADVANCED SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS , 2021 , 5 (9) .
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Operando Spectral and Electrochemical Investigation into the Heterophase Stimulated Active Species Transformation in Transition-Metal Sulfides for Efficient Electrocatalytic Oxygen Evolution EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2020 , 10 (3) , 1855-1864 | ACS CATALYSIS | IF: 13.084
WoS CC Cited Count: 41 SCOPUS Cited Count: 41
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In-depth understanding of electrocatalytically active species transformation during oxygen evolution reaction (OER) is highly guidable to design effective electrocatalysts for water splitting. Herein, cobalt sulfide (CoSx) nanovesicles decorated with iron sulfide (FeSx) heterophases were successfully synthesized by using a metal-organic framework precursor through a solvothermal method. The obtained CoSx/FeSx exhibited much elevated OER activity as compared to pristine CoSx and even most previously reported cobalt-based electrocatalysts, with the overpotential of 304 mV at 10 mA cm(-2) in 1 M KOH. As revealed by operando Raman and X-ray absorption spectroscopy measurements, the electrocatalytically active species transformation in CoSx nanovesicles could be stimulated by the incorporated FeSx heterophases due to the increased average valence state of cobalt and lowered coordination of cobalt sites. As a result, the electrocatalytically active cobalt oxyhydroxides could be more easily formed on the catalyst surface during OER and thus contributed to the highly improved performance. This real-time spectral and electrochemical insight into the electrocatalytically active species transformation may guide the rational design of highly efficient electrocatalysts for water splitting from the viewpoint of electronic structure-electrocatalytic activity relationship.

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active species transformation cobalt sulfides operando Raman spectroscopy operando X-ray absorption spectroscopy oxygen evolution reaction

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Miao , Dong, Chung-Li , Huang, Yu-Cheng et al. Operando Spectral and Electrochemical Investigation into the Heterophase Stimulated Active Species Transformation in Transition-Metal Sulfides for Efficient Electrocatalytic Oxygen Evolution [J]. | ACS CATALYSIS , 2020 , 10 (3) : 1855-1864 .
MLA Wang, Miao et al. "Operando Spectral and Electrochemical Investigation into the Heterophase Stimulated Active Species Transformation in Transition-Metal Sulfides for Efficient Electrocatalytic Oxygen Evolution" . | ACS CATALYSIS 10 . 3 (2020) : 1855-1864 .
APA Wang, Miao , Dong, Chung-Li , Huang, Yu-Cheng , Shen, Shaohua . Operando Spectral and Electrochemical Investigation into the Heterophase Stimulated Active Species Transformation in Transition-Metal Sulfides for Efficient Electrocatalytic Oxygen Evolution . | ACS CATALYSIS , 2020 , 10 (3) , 1855-1864 .
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