Nitrogen-doped graphene/carbon nanotube/Co3O4 hybrids: one-step synthesis and superior electrocatalytic activity for the oxygen reduction reaction

Oxygen reduction reaction catalysts play an important role in fuel cells, and the ever-increasing energy demand calls for efficient and cost-effective ORR catalysts

Hengyi Lu

2015

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  • Oxygen reduction reaction catalysts play an important role in fuel cells, and the ever-increasing energy demand calls for efficient and cost-effective ORR catalysts
  • We prepared a non-noble metal ORR catalyst with high efficiency through a simple one-step hydrothermal method, in which the reduction of graphene oxide along with the doping of nitrogen and Co3O4 nanoparticles were realized at the same time, resulting in a unique hierarchical structure of nitrogen-doped reduced graphene oxide/carbon nanotube/Co3O4 hybrids
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