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Isolated Cobalt Sites Confined in Graphene Matrix for Highly Efficient CO2 Reduction Reactions

ZHANG Hui-nian WANG Hui-qi JIA Su-ping CHANG Qin LI Ning LI Ying SHI Xiao-lin LI Zi-yuan HU Sheng-liang

张会念, 王慧奇, 贾素萍, 常青, 李宁, 李莹, 施箫琳, 李子源, 胡胜亮. 石墨烯负载单原子钴催化剂的制备及其电催化二氧化碳还原反应性能研究[J]. 新型炭材料. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(21)60061-6
引用本文: 张会念, 王慧奇, 贾素萍, 常青, 李宁, 李莹, 施箫琳, 李子源, 胡胜亮. 石墨烯负载单原子钴催化剂的制备及其电催化二氧化碳还原反应性能研究[J]. 新型炭材料. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(21)60061-6
ZHANG Hui-nian, WANG Hui-qi, JIA Su-ping, CHANG Qin, LI Ning, LI Ying, SHI Xiao-lin, LI Zi-yuan, HU Sheng-liang. Isolated Cobalt Sites Confined in Graphene Matrix for Highly Efficient CO2 Reduction Reactions[J]. NEW CARBON MATERIALS. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(21)60061-6
Citation: ZHANG Hui-nian, WANG Hui-qi, JIA Su-ping, CHANG Qin, LI Ning, LI Ying, SHI Xiao-lin, LI Zi-yuan, HU Sheng-liang. Isolated Cobalt Sites Confined in Graphene Matrix for Highly Efficient CO2 Reduction Reactions[J]. NEW CARBON MATERIALS. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(21)60061-6

石墨烯负载单原子钴催化剂的制备及其电催化二氧化碳还原反应性能研究

doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(21)60061-6

Isolated Cobalt Sites Confined in Graphene Matrix for Highly Efficient CO2 Reduction Reactions

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    Author Bio:

    Dr. Huinian Zhang completed her PhD in 2018 at CAS Key Laboratory of Carbon Materials, Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Taiyuan). Now, she worked at School of Energy and Power Engineering, North University of China (Taiyuan). Her research interest focuses on the design and synthesis of single-atom materials for energy conversion and storage applications

    Dr. Shengliang Hu is a professor at School of Energy and Power Engineering from North University of China (NUC), China. He received his PhD in Material Science from Tianjin University, China. He joined NUC in April 2008. Research in his laboratory currently includes the synthesis, modification and application of carbon-based quantum dots and new energy materials. He was elected Science and Technology leader in 2014, and SanJin Scholars of Shanxi Province in 2016

    Corresponding author: ZHANG Hui-nian. E-mail: zhanghuinian123@163.comHU Sheng-liang. E-mail: hsliang@yeah.net
  • 摘要: 设计高选择性、稳定和低成本的催化剂将二氧化碳电化学转化为高附加值的碳产品以缓解二氧化碳排放和能源危机仍然是一个挑战。本文通过将单原子CoN4活性位点嵌入石墨烯基体中得到了一种强健和高效的CO2还原电催化剂。结果显示,这些高度分散的CoN4位点具有出色的CO2还原活性,在电压为−0.76 V (vs. RHE),过电位为0.65 V时,CO法拉第效率达~95%。同时,该催化剂具有优异的稳定性。本工作为设计高效CO2还原电催化剂奠定了基础。
  • Figure  1.  (a) Illustration of the synthesis route towards CoN4/G catalyst, (b) STEM image of CoN4/G, (c) SEM image used in the EDS mapping test and the corresponding EDS mapping for CoN4/G, (d) HAADF-STEM image of CoN4/G.

    Figure  2.  (a) Co K-edge XANES spectra of CoN4/G catalyst in comparison to Co foil, CoCl2 and CoTsPc and (b) Fourier transformed (FT) of EXAFS; (c) Raman spectra and (d) XRD patterns of CoN4/G sample in comparison to CoTsPc.

    Figure  3.  The XPS characterization of CoN4/G sample in comparison to CoTsPc. (a) XPS full spectra, (b) Co 2p XPS spectra, (c) N 1s XPS (the inserted schematic structures represent the CoTsPc molecule), and (d) S 2p XPS spectra.

    Figure  4.  The CO2RR catalytic performance of as-synthesized catalysts. (a) 20 mV s−1 LSV scans for the CoN4/G catalyst in KHCO3 solution. The comparison of electrocatalytic activity of CoN4/G and N/G: (b) FE of CO, (c) jCO and (d) production rates of CO at varoius applied potentials. (e) Tafel plot. (f) Long-term stability for CoN4/G catalyst at −0.76 V (vs. RHE) for 15 h.

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