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Atomically Dispersed Transition Metals on Carbon Nanotubes with Ultrahigh Loading for Selective Electrochemical Carbon Dioxide Reduction
Cheng, Y; Zhao, SY; Johannessen, B; Veder, JP; Saunders, M; Rowles, MR; Cheng, M; Liu, C; Chisholm, MF; De Marco, R; Cheng, HM; Yang, SZ; Jiang, SP; Jiang, SP (reprint author), Curtin Univ, Fuels & Energy Technol Inst, Perth, WA 6102, Australia.; Jiang, SP (reprint author), Curtin Univ, Dept Chem Engn, Perth, WA 6102, Australia.; Yang, SZ (reprint author), Oak Ridge Natl Lab, Mat Sci & Technol Div, Oak Ridge, TN 37831 USA.
2018-03-27
Source PublicationADVANCED MATERIALS
ISSN0935-9648
Volume30Issue:13Pages:-
AbstractSingle-atom catalysts (SACs) are the smallest entities for catalytic reactions with projected high atomic efficiency, superior activity, and selectivity; however, practical applications of SACs suffer from a very low metal loading of 1-2 wt%. Here, a class of SACs based on atomically dispersed transition metals on nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes (MSA-N-CNTs, where M = Ni, Co, NiCo, CoFe, and NiPt) is synthesized with an extraordinarily high metal loading, e.g., 20 wt% in the case of NiSA-N-CNTs, using a new multistep pyrolysis process. Among these materials, NiSA-N-CNTs show an excellent selectivity and activity for the electrochemical reduction of CO2 to CO, achieving a turnover frequency (TOF) of 11.7 s(-1) at -0.55 V (vs reversible hydrogen electrode (RHE)), two orders of magnitude higher than Ni nano-particles supported on CNTs.; Single-atom catalysts (SACs) are the smallest entities for catalytic reactions with projected high atomic efficiency, superior activity, and selectivity; however, practical applications of SACs suffer from a very low metal loading of 1-2 wt%. Here, a class of SACs based on atomically dispersed transition metals on nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes (MSA-N-CNTs, where M = Ni, Co, NiCo, CoFe, and NiPt) is synthesized with an extraordinarily high metal loading, e.g., 20 wt% in the case of NiSA-N-CNTs, using a new multistep pyrolysis process. Among these materials, NiSA-N-CNTs show an excellent selectivity and activity for the electrochemical reduction of CO2 to CO, achieving a turnover frequency (TOF) of 11.7 s(-1) at -0.55 V (vs reversible hydrogen electrode (RHE)), two orders of magnitude higher than Ni nano-particles supported on CNTs.
description.department[cheng, yi ; zhao, shiyong ; de marco, roland ; jiang, san ping] curtin univ, fuels & energy technol inst, perth, wa 6102, australia ; [cheng, yi ; zhao, shiyong ; de marco, roland ; jiang, san ping] curtin univ, dept chem engn, perth, wa 6102, australia ; [johannessen, bernt] australian synchrotron, clayton, vic 3168, australia ; [veder, jean-pierre ; rowles, matthew r.] curtin univ, john de laeter ctr, perth, wa 6102, australia ; [saunders, martin] univ western australia, cmca, perth, wa 6009, australia ; [saunders, martin] univ western australia, sch mol sci, perth, wa 6009, australia ; [cheng, min ; liu, chang ; cheng, hui-ming] chinese acad sci, inst met res, adv carbon div, shenyang natl lab mat sci, shenyang 110016, liaoning, peoples r china ; [chisholm, matthew f. ; yang, shi-ze] oak ridge natl lab, mat sci & technol div, oak ridge, tn 37831 usa ; [de marco, roland] univ sunshine coast, fac sci hlth educ & engn, maroochydore, qld 4558, australia ; [de marco, roland] univ queensland, sch chem & mol sci, brisbane, qld 4072, australia ; [cheng, hui-ming] tsinghua univ, tsinghua berkeley shenzhen inst, low dimens mat & device lab, shenzhen 518055, peoples r china ; [cheng, hui-ming] king abdulaziz univ, cees, jeddah 21589, saudi arabia
KeywordSingle-atom Catalyst Co2 Electroreduction Hydrogen Evolution Au Nanoparticles Oxygen Evolution Nickel Sites Electrocatalysts Nitride Media
Subject AreaChemistry, Multidisciplinary ; Chemistry, Physical ; Nanoscience & Nanotechnology ; Materials Science, Multidisciplinary ; Physics, Applied ; Physics, Condensed Matter
Funding OrganizationAustralian Research Council Discovery Project Funding Scheme [DP150102044, DP150102025, DP180100568, DP180100731]; Australian Research Council LIEF grant [LE120100026]; ORNL's Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences - Scientific User Facilities Division of U.S. Department of Energy; Office of Science of the U.S. Department of Energy [DE-AC02-05CH11231]; National Science Foundation [ACI-1053575]; National Natural Science Foundation of China [51521091]; U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, Basic Energy Sciences, Materials Science and Engineering
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Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/79420
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
Corresponding AuthorJiang, SP (reprint author), Curtin Univ, Fuels & Energy Technol Inst, Perth, WA 6102, Australia.; Jiang, SP (reprint author), Curtin Univ, Dept Chem Engn, Perth, WA 6102, Australia.; Yang, SZ (reprint author), Oak Ridge Natl Lab, Mat Sci & Technol Div, Oak Ridge, TN 37831 USA.
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Cheng, Y,Zhao, SY,Johannessen, B,et al. Atomically Dispersed Transition Metals on Carbon Nanotubes with Ultrahigh Loading for Selective Electrochemical Carbon Dioxide Reduction[J]. ADVANCED MATERIALS,2018,30(13):-.
APA Cheng, Y.,Zhao, SY.,Johannessen, B.,Veder, JP.,Saunders, M.,...&Yang, SZ .(2018).Atomically Dispersed Transition Metals on Carbon Nanotubes with Ultrahigh Loading for Selective Electrochemical Carbon Dioxide Reduction.ADVANCED MATERIALS,30(13),-.
MLA Cheng, Y,et al."Atomically Dispersed Transition Metals on Carbon Nanotubes with Ultrahigh Loading for Selective Electrochemical Carbon Dioxide Reduction".ADVANCED MATERIALS 30.13(2018):-.
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