Original paper

Efficient H2O2 generation and spontaneous OH conversion for in-situ phenol degradation on nitrogen-doped graphene: Pyrolysis temperature regulation and catalyst regeneration mechanism

Volume: 397, Pages: 122681 - 122681
Published: Oct 1, 2020
Abstract
H2O2 is a green and valuable chemical that can be electrochemically synthesis from oxygen reduction, offering in-situ application for organic pollutants removal in environmental remediation. However, how to improve activity and further convert into powerful radicals is a still challenge. Herein, we show a facile and general approach to fabricate nitrogen-doped graphene (N-GE) catalyst via pyrolysis temperature regulation. The optimal N-GE at 400...
Paper Details
Title
Efficient H2O2 generation and spontaneous OH conversion for in-situ phenol degradation on nitrogen-doped graphene: Pyrolysis temperature regulation and catalyst regeneration mechanism
Published Date
Oct 1, 2020
Volume
397
Pages
122681 - 122681
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