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Type: Journal article
Title: Recent progress of 3d transition metal single-atom catalysts for electrochemical CO₂ reduction
Other Titles: Recent progress of 3d transition metal single-atom catalysts for electrochemical CO(2) reduction
Author: Xu, C.
Vasileff, A.
Zheng, Y.
Qiao, S.Z.
Citation: Advanced Materials Interfaces, 2021; 8(5):1-10
Publisher: Wiley
Issue Date: 2021
ISSN: 2196-7350
2196-7350
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Chaochen Xu, Anthony Vasileff, Yao Zheng, and Shi-Zhang Qiao
Abstract: Recent studies have shown that single-atom catalysts (SACs) have significantly better catalytic activity and selectivity for the electrochemical CO₂ reduction reaction (CRR) compared to their bulk metal and nanostructured counterparts. However, there are few relevant articles reviewing SACs for the CRR, despite their importance in the field. Herein, the scope of this review is the recent development of single-atom 3d-block transition metal catalysts (metal = Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn) and their application as electrocatalysts for the CRR. The recent representative works by metal are summarized. Results show that 1) Ni and Fe SACs exhibit superior catalytic performance for CO evolution; 2) Co, Mn, Zn SACs are less reported due to their relative inertness for the CRR; 3) Cu SACs have ordinary catalytic activity for the CRR, however, C2 products are observed in a few reports. Point (3) is attractive to the prospective study of CO₂ to highly reduced products. Finally, some suggestions for the future development of SACs for the CRR are briefly proposed.
Keywords: 3d transition metal; CO₂ conversion; electrocatalytic CO₂ reduction; single-atom catalyst
Rights: © 2020 Wiley-VCH GmbH
DOI: 10.1002/admi.202001904
Grant ID: http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP160104866
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/FL170100154
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