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Since the oxygen evolution reaction (OER) is a fundamental step in the overall water splitting process, it is necessary for an ideal catalyst to require a small amount of energy to overcome the energy barrier at the electrode-electrolyte interface. Therefore, developing highly active and integrated catalysts is of great significance. Herein, we present a facile and viable method to fabricate flower-like NiFe oxide nanosheets electrocatalysts that are directly grown on nickel foam substratesdoi:10.20964/2019.05.24 fatcat:ldv56tulqfg5domckfqpjsieoi