By Xinliang Feng
This primary quantity within the sequence on nanocarbons for complex purposes provides the most recent achievements within the layout, synthesis, characterization, and functions of those fabrics for electrochemical strength garage. The hugely well known sequence and quantity editor, Xinliang Feng, has prepare an the world over acclaimed specialist workforce who covers nanocarbons reminiscent of carbon nanotubes, fullerenes, graphenes, and porous carbons. the 1st elements specialize in nanocarbon-based anode and cathode fabrics for lithium ion batteries, whereas the 3rd half bargains with carbon material-based supercapacitors with numerous purposes in strength electronics, automobile engineering and as power garage parts in transportable electrical devices.
This e-book could be integral for fabrics scientists, electrochemists, actual chemists, strong kingdom physicists, and people operating within the electrotechnical industry.
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2 E / V vs. 1 M KOH solution at a scan rate of 5 mV s−1 and rotation speed of 1600 rpm. (b) Schematic (b) illustration of the possible ORR process catalyzed by the P-doped graphene . (Reproduced with permission. 4 Conclusions and Perspective by Bao et al. Here, the calculation further demonstrated that oxygen group on zigzag edges was active . 4 Conclusions and Perspective In this chapter, we focused on the doped graphene for ORR. It is clear that the doped graphene have shown the improved ORR catalytic activity than undoped graphene, indicating their potential application in replacing conventional expensive Pt-based catalysts.
Gray is for carbon, white is for hydrogen, red is for oxygen, and blue is for nitrogen . (Reproduced with permission. ) 19 20 2 Doped Graphene as Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction molecule to form superoxide is usually considered as a rate-determining step in graphene-based materials. Tominaga and Kim et al. [16, 17] evaluated the transferability of the ﬁrst electron to oxygen by the energy diﬀerence (ΔO2p) between the Fermi level and the peak position of density of states (DOS) in the unoccupied O2p orbital for the adsorbed oxygen molecule based on their model structures.