Electrochemical CO2 Reduction Reaction over Nanostructured Catalysts
Electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide uses renewable or nuclear energy as the electrical power and carbon dioxide/water as the reactants to produce fuels and chemicals, such as carbon monoxide, formic acid, methanol etc., under relatively mild reaction conditions. Nanostructure engineering has been demonstrated as a feasible way to tune the activity and selectivity for electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide over metal surfaces by changing the ratio of coordinatively unsaturated sites.
Renewable Energy Storage and CO2 Conversion
Electrochemical CO2 Reduction Reaction (CO2RR)
Active Site and Phase of Pd NPs for CO2RR
Electrochemical Promotion of Catalysis for CO2RR
Metal-Oxide Interface Confined Catalysts
Transition Metal-Nitrogen-Carbon Catalysts