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Copper Nitride Nanocubes: Size-Controlled Synthesis and Application as Cathode Catalyst in Alkaline Fuel Cells

By Wu HB and Chen W

Abstract

Copper nitride nanocubes are synthesized in a facile one-phase process. The crystal size could be tuned easily by using different primary amines as capping agents. Such Pt-free nanocrystals exhibit electrocatalytic activity toward oxygen reduction and appear to be promising cathodic electrocatalysts in alkaline fuel cells

Topics: SHAPE-CONTROLLED SYNTHESIS, THIN-FILMS, CU3N FILMS, SILVER NANOPARTICLES, METAL NANOCRYSTALS, OPTICAL-PROPERTIES, OXYGEN REDUCTION, RECORDING MEDIA, GROWTH, COMPLEX, Thin films, Optical properties, Development, Complex, Films, Thin, Solid film, dielectric thin films, epitaxial layers, high-k dielectric thin films, insulating thin films, low-k dielectric thin films, semimetallic thin films, superconducting epitaxial layers, superconducting superlattices, superconducting thin films, DUENNFILME, FILMS MINCES, OPTICAL CONSTANTS, OPTISCHE EIGEN SCHAFTEN, PROPRIETES OPTIQUES, OPTICAL PROPS, 展开, Growth, Ontogeny, Alloy development, 增长性, Animal growth, hypertrophy, maturing, growth rate (animals), 络合物, 复形
Year: 2011
DOI identifier: 10.1021/ja204748u
OAI identifier: oai:ir.ciac.jl.cn:322003/44298
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