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The use of water splitting has been investigated as a good alternate for storing electrical energy. While the general interest in developing non-toxic, high-performance, and economically feasible catalysts for oxygen evolution reaction (OER) is noteworthy, there is also significant interest in water splitting research. Recently, perovskite-type oxides have performed as an alternative to non-precious metal catalysts and can act as a new class of effective catalysts in water splitting systems.doi:10.3390/catal11091028 doaj:0ecd2cf77206462c92e5bacecb90c126 fatcat:7kb5r24nfzc6lilbm2w2ntd6jq