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赵学波教授科研团队最新研究成果近日在Journal of Materials Chemistry A在线发表
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赵学波教授科研团队的最新科研成果“High oxygen reduction activity on a metal–organic framework derived carbon combined with high degree of graphitization and pyridinic-N dopants”, 近日在Journal of Materials Chemistry A在线发表。

http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2017/ta/c6ta08016b#!divAbstract

DOI:DOI: 10.1039/C6TA08016B, Paper 

该项工作由李良军博士和代鹏程副教授为共同一作,赵学波教授为通讯作者,团队的顾鑫博士和博士研究生王颖和闫理停参与了本项研究工作。该工作揭示了MOF碳的石墨化程度和六元环吡啶氮的含量以及MOF碳的孔结构三者协同作用对氧还原(ORR)催化性能具有明显的提升作用。本研究制备的材料性能和商业10%Pt碳相当,具有很好的应用前景。

摘要:

N-doped porous carbons have been considered as one of the most promising earth-abundant catalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) owing to their high activity and excellent stability. Among various types of N-containing groups, pyridinic-N has been identified as the

most effective catalytic sites for the ORR, as demonstrated by a recent study. However, the fabrication of porous carbons with a high density of exposed pyridinic-N sites has been rarely reported. In this work, the ORR catalytic properties of a series of pyridinic-N doped porous carbon (PNPC) which was derived by carbonization of a pyridyl-ligand based MOF were investigated. At different carbonization temperatures, this series of carbon exhibits different

pyridinic-N contents and different degrees of carbonization. The ORR studies show that the graphitization degree of carbon has a significant impact on ORR catalytic activity besides N-groups. Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) reveals that the electron transfer resistance in the ORR decreases significantly with the higher degree of graphitization, which gives rise to a higher ORR activity for these PNPCs. The synergistic effect of the high density

of pyridinic-N sites and decreased electron impedance results in remarkably improved ORR activity which is comparable with that of the commercial Pt/C (10 wt%) catalyst. The result of this work could provide some guidance for designing or synthesizing highly efficient ORR catalysts.

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