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Carbon Dioxide Reduction Mechanism via Single Atom Nickel Supported on Graphitic Carbon Nitride

In several photocatalytic reaction paths, the breaking of the first Cu2010O bond in a CO2 molecule is often the first step, which also leads to the rate-u2010 controlled reaction step. Based on DFT, a graphitic carbon nitride supported nickel single atom catalyst was developed with a success, and the mechanism of CO2 catalytic reduction was systematically investigated. With the emergence of nickel-u2010doped levels, Ni@gu2010C3N4's DOS is no longer symmetric with respect to spin up and down, especially around the original band gap of g_u2010C3N4 in gu2010C3N4. The clean gu2010C3N4 surface is only 15% of the clean gu2010C3N4 surface, with surface hydrogen assisting in CO2 removal. This paper gives a new perspective on the production of effective single atom catalysts for CO2 reduction.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cjce.24816


Tuning the low rolling resistance, wet grip, and heat build‐up properties of tyre tread formulations using carbon black/thermally exfoliated graphite hybrid fillers

Low rolling resistance, low heat buildup, and improved wet grip characteristics were all found in these eco friendly green tyre tread compounds, which were also improved wet grip characteristics. In a brabender plasticoder, a standard formulation of natural rubber and butadiene with 50 phr carbon black was prepared. The minimum value of 32 and 3 phr respectively was determined by the processability, successful reduction of carbon black and aromatic oil content, and successful removal of carbon black and aromatic oil content. To get the optimized formulation, partial substitution of graphite with carbon black was carried out. Based on the mechanical characteristics, a binary filler system with 10 phr graphite and 22 phr carbon black was customised, and further addition of graphite results in reduction in properties due to agglomeration. The graphite was thermally treated to produce an exfoliated structure that would greatly expand the area of the filler/matrix macromolecules interface. By 29'u00b0C, the flex fatigue resistance was increased and the thermal stability was improved.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/app.53508


Extraordinary Ultra‐high Capacity and Long Cycle Life Lithium‐ion Batteries Enabled by Graphitic Carbon Nitride‐Perylene Polyimide Composites

Graphitic carbon nitride is widely used in organic metal u2010ion batteries due to its high porosity, easy synthesis, stability, and high U2010irate results. The CN’u2013PI1 anode has an incredible and steadily rising ultra-charging capacity of over 8400 Wh kg U20101 with high specific energy density of 7700 Wh Lu202121, as well as excellent long-term stability, with high specific energy density of 7600 Wh kg u201121. In addition, the CN/u2013PIx composites' superior electrochemical results are enhanced by the fact that the Li+ is not only stored in the CNu2013PIx composites, but also in the CNu2013PIx adlayer on the CNu2013Cu heterojunction as an SEI layer, preventing direct contact between the Li0 phase and the electrolyte. After 250 cycles with a CE nearly 99%, the CN PI1 full cell with LiCoO2 as the cathode delivers a discharge capacity of 590 mAh gu20131 at a 1 A gu20131 at a 1 A gu20131 capacity of a 65%.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/eem2.12553

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