Recent advances in metallic transition metal dichalcogenides as electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution reaction
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- Recent advances in metallic transition metal dichalcogenides as electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution reaction
- Sim, Yeoseon; Chae, Yujin; Kwon, Soon -Yong
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- CELL PRESS
- ISCIENCE, v.25, no.10, pp.105098
- Layered metallic transition metal dichalcogenides (MTMDs) exhibit distinctive electrical and catalytic properties to drive basal plane activity, and, therefore, they have emerged as promising alternative electrocatalysts for sustainable hydrogen evolution reactions (HERs). A key challenge for realizing-MTMDs-based electrocatalysts is the controllable and scalable synthesis of high-quality MTMDs and the development of engineering strategies that allow tuning their electronic structures. However, the lack of a method for the direct synthesis of MTMDs retaining the structural stability limits optimizing the structural design for the next generation of robust electrocatalysts. In this review, we highlight recent advances in the synthesis of MTMDs comprising groups VB and VIB and various routes for structural engineering to enhance the HER catalytic performance. Furthermore, we provide insight into the potential future directions and the development of MTMDs with high durability as electrocatalysts to generate green hydrogen through water-splitting technology.
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