Recent development of nanomaterials for carbon dioxide electroreduction

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)35-53
Journal / PublicationSmartMat
Volume3
Issue number1
Online published30 Mar 2022
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2022

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Abstract

Electrochemical CO2 reduction reaction (CO2RR) to produce value-added products has received tremendous research attention in recent years. With research efforts across the globe, remarkable advancement has been achieved, including the improvement of selectivity for the reduction products, the realization of efficient reduction beyond two electrons, and the delivery of industrially relevant current densities. In this review, we introduce the recent development of nanomaterials for CO2RR, including the zero-dimensional graphene quantum dots, two-dimensional materials such as metal chalcogenides and metal/covalent organic framework, single-atom catalysts, and nanostructured metal catalysts. The engineering of materials into three-dimensional structure will also be discussed. Finally, we will provide a summary of the catalytic performance and perspectives on future development.

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  • CO2 reduction, graphene quantum dots, metal chalcogenides, multielectrons products, nanostructured metals, single-atom catalysts, ELECTROCHEMICAL CO2 REDUCTION, SINGLE-ATOM CATALYSTS, COVALENT ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS, EFFICIENT ELECTROREDUCTION, HIGHLY EFFICIENT, ACTIVE-SITES, ELECTROCATALYTIC REDUCTION, CURRENT-DENSITY, DOPED GRAPHENE, QUANTUM DOTS

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