Synthesis of 3D structured graphene as a high performance catalyst support for methanol electro-oxidation
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AbstractA simple process for preparing 3D structured graphene (3D-G) by a solution combustion method is reported. The product was deposited with platinum and used for methanol electro-oxidation. The catalyst shows a considerable enhancement in both the activity and stability towards methanol electro-oxidation reaction. Characterization reveals that the Pt/3D-G catalyst has a more negative onset potential as well as a higher electrochemically active specific surface area than a commercial Pt/C catalyst. Moreover, the catalyst exhibits higher tolerance to corrosion than carbon black. This work provides an efficient way for preparing 3D-G as a promising support for the oxidation of small organic molecules in fuel cells.
All Author(s) ListLi Y., Zhang L., Hu Z., Yu J.C.
Journal nameNanoscale
Volume Number7
Issue Number25
PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
Pages10896 - 10902
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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