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Electrochemical water splitting using renewable energy shows promise for the development of sustainable hydrogen production methods. The process requires a highly active electrocatalyst for oxygen evolution to improve the overall water splitting efficiency. The present study showed that oxygen evolution improved dramatically upon the addition of glycine to cobalt phosphate, when the glycine was added to the electrolyte solution during electrodeposition. The functionality of the organicdoi:10.2116/analsci.19sap08 pmid:31761817 fatcat:zz7ywbm3hnfbjp72ungrzdn4a4