Converting copper sulfide to copper with surface sulfur for electrocatalytic alkyne semi-hydrogenation with water

Volume: 12, Issue: 1
Published: Jun 23, 2021
Abstract
Electrocatalytic alkyne semi-hydrogenation to alkenes with water as the hydrogen source using a low-cost noble-metal-free catalyst is highly desirable but challenging because of their over-hydrogenation to undesired alkanes. Here, we propose that an ideal catalyst should have the appropriate binding energy with active atomic hydrogen (H*) from water electrolysis and a weaker adsorption with an alkene, thus promoting alkyne semi-hydrogenation and...
Paper Details
Title
Converting copper sulfide to copper with surface sulfur for electrocatalytic alkyne semi-hydrogenation with water
Published Date
Jun 23, 2021
Volume
12
Issue
1
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