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In Situ Induction of Strain in Iron Phosphide (FeP 2 ) Catalyst for Enhanced Hydroxide Adsorption and Water Oxidation
Advanced Functional Materials
Carbon-based materials have been widely used in heterogeneous catalysis because of their advantages of high surface area, thermal stability, and chemical inertness. However, their role in the catalysis is not fully understood although most studies conclude that the coupling between the carbon support and catalyst could reduce the charge transfer resistance and improve the kinetics of catalytic reactions such as water splitting. In this study, a carbonmodified FeP 2 electrocatalyst with adoi:10.1002/adfm.201907791 fatcat:jsgdzb45pvhybgx37g5izwbdie