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Electrocatalysts: MOF-Based Metal-Doping-Induced Synthesis of Hierarchical Porous CuN/C Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysts for Zn–Air Batteries (Small 30/2017)

Electrocatalysts: MOF-Based Metal-Doping-Induced Synthesis of Hierarchical Porous CuN/C Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysts for Zn–Air Batteries (Small 30/2017)
Jianping He, Junjie Zhu, Junhong Chen, Yingxuan Zhao, Qingxue Lai, Yanyu Liang
In article number 1700740, Yanyu Liang, Junhong Chen, and co-workers report a novel copper-based oxygen reduction electrocatalyst (Cu–N/C) facilely fabricated from copper-doped ZIF-8. The introduction of copper leads to not only a high-surface-area hierarchical structure, but also a unique hybrid coordination configuration of Cu0–Cu2+–N sites. Compared with commercial Pt/C, such highly open structures with unique copper-based active sites render the as-prepared Cu–N/C catalyst with comparable oxygen reduction electrocatalytic activity and superior stability than a zinc–air battery.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/smll.201770166

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