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Correction: NiS2 nanodotted carnation-like CoS2 for enhanced electrocatalytic water splitting

Weili Xina, Wen-Jie Jiangb, Yajuan Liana, Hui Lia, Song Honga, Sailong Xu*a, Hong Yana and Jin-Song Hu*b
aState Key Laboratory of Chemical Resource Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing 100029, China. E-mail: xusl@mail.buct.edu.cn
bCAS Key Laboratory of Molecular Nanostructure and Nanotechnology, Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular Sciences, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Beijing 100190, China. E-mail: hujs@iccas.ac.cn

Received 25th April 2019 , Accepted 25th April 2019

First published on 10th May 2019


Correction for ‘NiS2 nanodotted carnation-like CoS2 for enhanced electrocatalytic water splitting’ by Weili Xin et al., Chem. Commun., 2019, 55, 3781–3784.


The authors regret that there was an error in the sentence in lines 4–7 in the left column on page 3783 of the original article. The text originally read, “The ECSA of as-prepared NiS2/CoS2/C electrode is 37.03 cm2 (Fig. S9a and d, ESI†), which is much larger than those of the CoS2/C electrode (28.11 cm2) (Fig. S9b and d, ESI†) and Co(OH)2 (8.19 cm2) (Fig. S9c and d, ESI†).” This sentence should read, “The Cdl of the as-prepared NiS2/CoS2/C electrode is 74.06 mF cm−2, which is much larger than those of the CoS2/C electrode (56.22 mF cm−2) and Co(OH)2 (16.38 mF cm−2) (Fig. S9, ESI†).”
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Fig. S9 CV curves measured at scan rates varying from 20 to 100 mV s−1 for NiS2/CoS2/C (a), CoS2/C (b) and Co(OH)2 (c). (d) Current density at 0.2 V vs. SCE plotted as a function of scan rates.

Accordingly, Fig. S9 in the original ESI should be replaced with the following revised Fig. S9. The ESI has been updated online to reflect this change.

The Royal Society of Chemistry apologises for these errors and any consequent inconvenience to authors and readers.


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