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A 3d-printed composite electrode for sustained electrocatalytic oxygen evolution

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Abstract

We report the facile design and fabrication of 3D-printed microstructured electrodes for electrocatalytic oxygen evolution. ABS polymer-based mesh scaffolds are chemically functionalized to enable electroless nickel metal deposition and subsequent catalyst (nickel iron hydroxide) immobilization. The resulting composites show sustained oxygen evolution with low overpotentials and high stability. The modular approach reported enables the scalable on-demand fabrication of microstructured composite electrodes.

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Submitted
19 May 2020
Accepted
19 Jun 2020
First published
26 Jun 2020

Chem. Commun., 2020,56, 8476-8479
Article type
Communication

A 3d-printed composite electrode for sustained electrocatalytic oxygen evolution

S. Liu, R. Liu, D. Gao, I. Trentin and C. Streb, Chem. Commun., 2020, 56, 8476 DOI: 10.1039/D0CC03579C

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