Hierarchical porous N-P-coupled carbons as metal-free bifunctional electro-catalysts for oxygen conversion

Volume: 464, Pages: 380 - 387
Published: Jan 1, 2019
Abstract
Hierarchical porous N and P co-doped carbons were facilely synthesized by employing phenoxycycloposphazenes (PCPZs) as multi-source of nitrogen, phosphorus and carbon. The pyrolysis of PCPZs that supported on monodispersed silica spheres produced high-surface graphitized carbons (N,P-GCs) with abundant surface N-P coupling sites. The N,P-GCs were demonstrated as efficient metal-free electro-catalysts for both oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) and...
Paper Details
Title
Hierarchical porous N-P-coupled carbons as metal-free bifunctional electro-catalysts for oxygen conversion
Published Date
Jan 1, 2019
Volume
464
Pages
380 - 387
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