Toward High-Performance Pt-Based Nanocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction through Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Concepts
- Toward High-Performance Pt-Based Nanocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction through Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Concepts
- 유성종; Monika Sharma; 정남기
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- Chemistry of materials
- VOL 30, NO 1-24
- Pt-based multistructured nanocatalysts such as alloy, core-shell, and surface Pt-rich nanoparticles have been extensively studied for hydrogen fuel cell applications, and their catalytic performances for oxygen reduction reactions have been significantly upgraded for decades. Due to these technical enhancements, Pt-based nanoarchitectures have turned out to be compatible with commercially accessible fuel cell systems. In addition, based on physical and electrochemical backgrounds for the basic catalyst nanoarchitectures, novel catalyst designs with organic-inorganic hybrid concepts have been recently developed to more effectively improve the electrochemical reaction activities and durabilities. In this review, the typical class of Pt-based nanocatalysts are systematically explained according to their compositions and structures, and the emerging class of organic-inorganic hybrid catalyst designs are then thoroughly introduced. It is expected that the most recent improvements of Pt-based nanoarchitectures will have great effects on the future works for the commercialization of fuel cell catalysts.
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