Activity-Durability Coincidence of Oxygen Evolution Reaction in the Presence of Carbon Corrosion: Case Study of MnCo2O4 Spinel with Carbon Black
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- Activity-Durability Coincidence of Oxygen Evolution Reaction in the Presence of Carbon Corrosion: Case Study of MnCo2O4 Spinel with Carbon Black
- Yang, Juchan; Park, Seungyoung; Choi, Kyoung Young; Park, Han-Saem; Cho, Yoon-Gyo; Ko, Hyunhyub; Song, Hyun-Kon
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- AMER CHEMICAL SOC
- ACS SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY & ENGINEERING, v.6, no.8, pp.9566 - 9571
- Highly oxygen evolution reaction (OER)-active electrocatalysts often exhibit improved OER durability in the presence of carbon corrosion or oxidation (COR) in the literature. The activity-durability coincidence of OER electrocatalysts was theoretically understood by preferential depolarization in galvanostatic situations. At constant-current conditions for a system involving multiple reactions that are independent and competitive, the overpotential is determined most dominantly by the most facile reaction so that the most facile reaction is responsible for a dominant portion of the overall current. Therefore, higher OER activity improves durability by mitigating the current responsible for COR. The activity-durability coincidence was then proved experimentally by comparing between two catalysts of the same chemical identity (MnCo2O4) in different dimensions (5 and 100 nm in size). Carbon corrosion responsible for inferior durability was suppressed in the smaller-dimension catalyst (MnCo2O4 in 5 nm) having more numbers of active sites per a fixed mass.
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