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Low coordination number copper catalysts for electrochemical CO2 methanation in a membrane electrode assembly
AbstractThe electrochemical conversion of CO2 to methane provides a means to store intermittent renewable electricity in the form of a carbon-neutral hydrocarbon fuel that benefits from an established global distribution network. The stability and selectivity of reported approaches reside below technoeconomic-related requirements. Membrane electrode assembly-based reactors offer a known path to stability; however, highly alkaline conditions on the cathode favour C-C coupling and multi-carbondoi:10.1038/s41467-021-23065-4 pmid:34006871 fatcat:asj5psmlsndcxbspxdc7fvyprm