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Themed collection Electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution

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Production of hydrogen by electrocatalysis: making the H–H bond by combining protons and hydrides

Electrocatalytic production of hydrogen by nickel complexes is reviewed, with an emphasis on heterocoupling of protons and hydrides.

Graphical abstract: Production of hydrogen by electrocatalysis: making the H–H bond by combining protons and hydrides
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Feature Article

Recent developments in transition metal carbides and nitrides as hydrogen evolution electrocatalysts

An overview of transition-metal carbide and nitride materials as heterogeneous catalysts for electrochemical hydrogen evolution.

Graphical abstract: Recent developments in transition metal carbides and nitrides as hydrogen evolution electrocatalysts
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Communication

Electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution from neutral water by molecular cobalt tripyridine–diamine complexes

A cobalt complex electrocatalyzes H2 production from neutral water, with an activity of 860 h−1 (cm2 Hg)−1 over 60 h at −1.25 V.

Graphical abstract: Electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution from neutral water by molecular cobalt tripyridine–diamine complexes
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Revealing and accelerating slow electron transport in amorphous molybdenum sulphide particles for hydrogen evolution reaction

A slow electron transport process in hydrogen evolution catalysed by amorphous molybdenum sulphides is revealed and then accelerated.

Graphical abstract: Revealing and accelerating slow electron transport in amorphous molybdenum sulphide particles for hydrogen evolution reaction
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Communication

Voltammetric and spectroscopic characterization of early intermediates in the Co(II)–polypyridyl-catalyzed reduction of water

Electrochemical detection of Co(III)-hydride and spectroscopic detection of Co(I) intermediates provide insight into the early processes within cobalt-catalyzed proton reduction.

Graphical abstract: Voltammetric and spectroscopic characterization of early intermediates in the Co(ii)–polypyridyl-catalyzed reduction of water
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Open Access Communication

Electric-field effects on the [FeFe]-hydrogenase active site

Electric field effects from the protein environment and an electrode are unravelled at the active site of [FeFe] hydrogenases by quantum calculations.

Graphical abstract: Electric-field effects on the [FeFe]-hydrogenase active site
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Communication

Production of H2 at fast rates using a nickel electrocatalyst in water–acetonitrile solutions

The [Ni(PPh2NC6H4OH2)2]+2 electrocatalyst produces H2 solely from H3O+ in a mostly H2O environment at a rate of 170 000 s−1 and an overpotential of 470 mV.

Graphical abstract: Production of H2 at fast rates using a nickel electrocatalyst in water–acetonitrile solutions
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Communication

Structural foundations for the O2 resistance of Desulfomicrobium baculatum [NiFeSe]-hydrogenase

Crystallographic analyses of an O2-resistant [NiFeSe]-hydrogenase show how O2 reacts with a selenocysteine and partially characterizes an enzyme activation pathway.

Graphical abstract: Structural foundations for the O2 resistance of Desulfomicrobium baculatum [NiFeSe]-hydrogenase
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Communication

The mechanism of inhibition by H2 of H2-evolution by hydrogenases

We demonstrate that whether or not hydrogen evolution by FeFe or NiFe hydrogenase is significantly inhibited by H2 is not a consequence of active site chemistry, but rather relates to H2 transport within the enzyme.

Graphical abstract: The mechanism of inhibition by H2 of H2-evolution by hydrogenases
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Communication

Catalytic hydrogen production by a Ni–Ru mimic of NiFe hydrogenases involves a proton-coupled electron transfer step

Hydrogen evolution from weak acids catalyzed by a structural mimic of the active site of NiFe hydrogenases [Ni(xbsms)Ru(C6Me6)Cl]+ proceeds through proton-coupled electron transfer steps.

Graphical abstract: Catalytic hydrogen production by a Ni–Ru mimic of NiFe hydrogenases involves a proton-coupled electron transfer step
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Communication

A high-porosity carbon molybdenum sulphide composite with enhanced electrochemical hydrogen evolution and stability

Long-term stability and hydrogen evolution activity of a highly active MoSx and acid modified porous and conductive carbon–fibre composite electrode.

Graphical abstract: A high-porosity carbon molybdenum sulphide composite with enhanced electrochemical hydrogen evolution and stability
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About this collection

This collection consists of a series of Communications from prominent scientists working on all aspects of electrocatalysis related to proton reduction, including, but not limited to: hydrogenases and bio-inspired mimics, new electrode materials, mechanistic studies (both at the experimental and theoretical level) and benchmarking.

This web theme issue will be a celebration of the current achievements and future perspectives in this exciting field of research. The guest editors of the issue are Vincent Artero (EA/CNRS/University of Grenoble), Fraser Armstrong (University of Oxford) and Jim Muckerman (Brookhaven National Laboratory).

Articles in this web themed issue will be added below as soon as possible after they are published. Please return to this page frequently to see the collection grow.

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