The synthesis of cyclized organic compounds with more than ten atoms (macrocycles) has been traditionally based on reversible reactions under high diluted conditions, typically <0.05 M, in order to circumvent the formation of intermolecular pro...
Rational Design of Trimetallic Sulfide Electrodes for Alkaline Water Electrolysis with Ampere‐Level Current Density
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Electrochemical water splitting is considered an environmentally friendly approach to hydrogen generation. However, it is difficult to achieve high current density and stability. Herein, we design an amorphous/crystalline heterostructure electrode based on trimetallic sulfide over nickel mesh substrate (NiFeMoS/NM), which only needs low overpotentials of 352 mV, 249 mV, and 360 mV to achieve an anodic oxygen evolution reaction (OER) current density of 1 A cm-2 in 1 M KOH, strong alkaline electrolyte (7.6 M KOH), and alkaline-simulated seawater, respectively. More importantly, it also shows superior stability with negligible decay after continuous work for 120 h at 1 A cm-2 in the strong alkaline electrolyte. The excellent OER performance of the as-obtained electrode can be attributed to the strong electronic interactions between different metal atoms, abundant amorphous/crystalline hetero-interfaces, and 3D porous nickel mesh structure. Finally, we coupled NiFeMoS/NM as both the anode and cathode in the anion exchange membrane electrolyzer, which can achieve low cell voltage and high stability at ampere-level current density, demonstrating the great potential of practicability.Zum Volltext
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