Sulfur-Modulated Tin Sites Enable Highly Selective Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 to Formate

Xueli Zheng
Xueli Zheng
Xueli Zheng
Xueli Zheng
Xueli Zheng
Xueli Zheng
Nigel Becknell
Nigel Becknell
Yifan Li
Yifan Li
Yifan Li
Yifan Li

Joule, pp. 794-805, 2017.

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Abstract:

Electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2RR) to formate provides an avenue to the synthesis of value-added carbon-based fuels and feedstocks powered using renewable electricity. Here, we hypothesized that the presence of sulfur atoms in the catalyst surface could promote undercoordinated sites, and thereby improve the electrochemic...More

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