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Nitrogen-enriched polydopamine analogue-derived defect-rich porous carbon as a bifunctional metal-free electrocatalyst for highly efficient overall water splitting

Nitrogen-enriched polydopamine analogue-derived defect-rich porous carbon as a bifunctional metal-free electrocatalyst for highly efficient overall water splitting
Xin Tian, Zhengran Yi, Juan Wang, Zheye Zhang, Shuai Wang, Gaoquan Shi, Pei Xu
A carbon-based, bifunctional metal-free water splitting electrocatalyst is prepared using a nitrogen-enriched polydopamine analogue to produce defect-rich porous carbon, which exhibits superb catalytic activities for both the HER and the OER.
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