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Pathways to Electrochemical Solar-Hydrogen Technologies

26-Jun-2018 | Shane Ardo; David Fernandez Rivas; Miguel A. Modestino; Verena Schulze Greiving; Fatwa Abdi; Esther Alarcon-Llado; V ..., Energy & Environmental Science, 2018

Solar-powered electrochemical production of hydrogen through water electrolysis is an active and important research endeavor. However, technologies and roadmaps for implementation of this process do not exist. In this perspective paper, we describe potential pathways for solar-hydrogen ...

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Effect of electrode material and electrolysis process on the preparation of electrolyzed oxidizing water

26-Jun-2018 | ruoxi ming; Yuchan Zhu; Li Deng; ailian zhang; Ju Wang; Yongqi Han; Bo Chai; Zhandong Ren, New Journal of Chemistry, 2018

Electrolyzed oxidizing water (EO water) bactericide is an indirect electrochemical sterilization technology, which is characterized by broad-spectrum, rapid and powerful sterilization. EO water, with a certain amount of available chlorine content (ACC), is generated by electrolysis of an ...

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Entropy, Vol. 20, Pages 469: Impact of Multi-Causal Transport Mechanisms in an Electrolyte Supported Planar SOFC with (ZrO2)x−1(Y2O3)x Electrolyte

16-Jun-2018 | Valadez Huerta, Gerardo ; Flasbart, Vincent ; Marquardt, Tobias ; Radici, Pablo ; Kabelac, Stephan, Entropy, 2018

Entropy, Vol. 20, Pages 469: Impact of Multi-Causal Transport Mechanisms in an Electrolyte Supported Planar SOFC with (ZrO2)x−1(Y2O3)x Electrolyte Entropy doi: 10.3390/e20060469 Authors: Gerardo Valadez Huerta Vincent Flasbart Tobias Marquardt Pablo Radici Stephan ...

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First-Principles Description of Oxygen Self-Diffusion in Rutile TiO2: Assessment of Uncertainties due to Energy and Entropy Contributions

12-Jun-2018 | Heonjae Jeong; Edmund G Seebauer; Elif Ertekin, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2018

Properties related to transport such as self-diffusion coefficients are relevant to fuel cells, electrolysis cells, and chemical/gas sensors. Prediction of self-diffusion coefficients from first-principles involves precise determination of both enthalpy and entropy contributions for point defect ...

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The Balance of Electric Field and Interfacial Catalysis in Promoting Water Dissociation in Bipolar Membranes

06-Jun-2018 | Zhifei Yan; Liang Zhu; Yuguang Chris Li; Ryszard Wycisk; Peter Pintauro; Michael Hickner; Thomas E Mallouk, Energy & Environmental Science, 2018

The lamination of a cation exchange layer (CEL) and an anion exchange layer (AEL) to form a hybrid bipolar membrane (BPM) can have several unique advantages over conventional monopolar ion exchange membranes in (photo-)electrolysis. Upon application of a reverse bias, the ordinarily slow water ...

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Water splitting by electrolysis at high current density under 1.6 volt

05-Jun-2018 | Haiqing Zhou; Fang Yu; Qing Zhu; Jingying Sun; Fan Qin; Yu Luo; Jiming Bao; Ying Yu; Shuo Chen; Zhifeng Ren, Energy & Environmental Science, 2018

Splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen by electrolysis using electricity from intermittent waste heat, wind, or solar energies is one of the easiest and cleanest methods for high-purity hydrogen production and an effective way to store the excess electrical power. The key dilemma for efficient ...

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A very simple one-pot electrosynthesis of nitrones starting from nitro and aldehyde components

01-Jun-2018 | Eduardo Rodrigo; Siegfried R. Waldvogel, Green Chemistry, 2018

The cathodic treatment of nitroarenes in the presence of aldehydes yields directly and selectively nitrones. Electrolysis can be conducted on a very simple undivided beaker-type cell under constant current conditions. The conversion tolerates multiple bonds, a variety of functional groups and ...

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A very simple one-pot electrosynthesis of nitrones starting from nitro and aldehyde components

01-Jun-2018 | Eduardo Rodrigo; Siegfried R. Waldvogel, Green Chemistry, 2018

The cathodic treatment of nitroarenes in the presence of aldehydes yields directly and selectively nitrones. Electrolysis can be conducted on a very simple undivided beaker-type cell under constant current conditions. The conversion tolerates multiple bonds, a variety of functional groups and ...

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Electrolytic approach towards the controllable synthesis of NiO nanocrystalline and self-assembly mechanism of Ni(OH)2 precursor under the electric, temperature and magnetic field

30-May-2018 | Jian Wang; Yuli Zhou; Mingyang He; Peihua Wangyang; Yangfan Lu; Lin Gu, CrystEngComm, 2018

We report that two-dimensional (2D) hexagonal nickel oxide (NiO) nanosheets have been successfully synthesized using the electrolysis of nickel plate as the anode in deionized water. The electrolysis processes first produced 2D nickel hydroxide (Ni(OH)2) nanosheets, which were transformed to 2D ...

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Activation of ultrathin SrTiO3 with subsurface SrRuO3 for the oxygen evolution reaction

28-May-2018 | A. R. Akbashev; L. Zhang; J. T. Mefford; J. Park; B. Butz; H. Luftman; W. C. Chueh; A. Vojvodic, Energy & Environmental Science, 2018

Water electrolysis occurs via the oxygen/hydrogen evolution reactions. Achieving sufficiently high oxygen evolution reaction (OER) activity while maintaining stability of the active catalyst surface is a primary challenge of designing OER catalysts. Often high electrocatalytic activity is ...

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