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Facile preparation of sugarcane bagasse-derived carbon supported MoS2 nanosheets for hydrogen evolution reaction

Future energy conversion technologies are increasingly relying on non-noble metal catalysts with high availability and low cost for hydrogen evolution reaction, which is on the rise. This paper discusses the use of waste sugarcane bagasse-derived biomass carbon to synthesize carbon-supported molybdenum disulfide nanosheets for HER use. On the SCBC, MoSu2082 nanosheets are uniformly loaded and show a vertical growth trend. The MoSu2082/SCBC 2:1 catalyst also showed good stability under acidic conditions.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/IND607512866


Soluble carbon nitride nanosheets as an alternate precursor for hard-templated morphological control.

Carbon nitride, an organic semiconductor with promising uses in solar energy conversion by photocatalytic water splitting, is a promising semiconductor with promising applications in solar energy conversion via photocatalytic water splitting. One of the traditional approaches to increasing CN x's productivity is to fill mesoporous silica with small molecule precursors. Herein we present a new approach employing soluble acidified CN x nanosheets as the precursor in an attempt to minimize the potential for unwanted chemical changes and better understand the complex relationship between morphology and activity. We found that the silica-templated CN x with revised morphologies suffered from increased trap state densities and resulted in lower photocatalytic activity than CN x prepared without a template. The chemical makeup of the templated CN x obtained is not sensitive to changes in the silica template shape, according to characterization techniques.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36107015


N,S-Doped Porous Carbon Nanobelts Embedded with MoS 2 Nanosheets as a Self-Standing Host for Dendrite-Free Li Metal Anodes.

Metallic Li is one of the most promising anodes for high-energy secondary batteries. However, the massive volume shifts and severe dendrite formation during the Li plating/stripping process, as well as severe dendrite deposition hinder the practical application of Li metal anodes. The uniformly distributed MoS 2 derivatives within the carbon nanobelts serve as stable lithiophilic sites that effectively homogenize Li nucleation and minimize dendrite formation, according to In situ measurements and theoretical analysis.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36161278


Impacts of ruthenium valence state on the electrocatalytic activity of ruthenium ion-complexed graphitic carbon nitride/reduced graphene oxide nanosheets towards hydrogen evolution reaction.

A critical first step toward hydrogen production by electrochemical water splitting is the design and engineering of efficient electrode catalysts. ruthenium metal centers are atomically embedded within graphitic carbon nitride/reduced graphene oxide nanosheets by thermal refluxing in the current study. The results from this research show the importance of metal centers' valence state in the manipulation and optimization of single atom catalysts' catalytic behavior.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36179578


3D/2D Heterojunction Fabricated from RuS 2 Nanospheres Encapsulated in Polymeric Carbon Nitride Nanosheets for Selective Photocatalytic CO 2 Reduction to CO.

A new three-dimensions/two-dimensional heterostructure is developed in this paper by encapsulating RuS 2 nanospheres in the interlayer of mesoporous polymeric carbon nanosheets based on an in situ growth and polymerization strategy. The CO yield of the optimal 5%-RuS 2 / PCN sample is 4. 2 and 2. 8 times higher than that of single PCN and RuS 2 within 4 hours, respectively. This paper discusses the microstructure engineering design of PCN-based heterojunctions for selective photocatalytic CO 2 fuel conversion.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36134910


Selective detection of trace carbon monoxide at room temperature based on CuO nanosheets exposed to (111) crystal facets.

Most reported carbon monoxide sensors at present have the drawback of high working temperatures. It's always a challenge to recognize the exact measurement of carbon monoxide at room temperature. Compared to other sensors that can measure CO at room temperature, the sensor has good comprehensive gas sensing results. This outstanding gas sensing result is attributed to the special physical characteristics of 2D materials as well as the synergistic effect of more active crystal facets exposed on the crystal surface and oxygen vacancy defects.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36166911


Synergistic Enhanced Thermal Conductivity and Crack Resistance of Reactor Epoxy Insulation with Boron Nitride Nanosheets and Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes.

Epoxy composites with high thermal conductivity, excellent dielectric, and mechanical properties are extremely useful for solving epoxy cracking in reactors and prolonging their service life. The finished BNNS/MWCNTs/SiO 2 / Epoxy composites have a higher thermal conductivity of 0. 9327 W -1 k -1, which is more than fourfold higher than pure epoxy composites.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36145023


MoS 2 nanosheets on plasma-nitrogen-doped carbon cloth for high-performance flexible supercapacitors.

With the growing demand for lightweight and portable electronic accessories with high energy and power density, the design of next-generation lightweight, portable energy storage systems is vital. At a power density of 354. 48 mB/cm 2 and a specific capacitance of 3834. 28 mF/cm 2 at 1 mA/cm 2 with a power density of 354. 48 u00b5W/cm 2 at 1 mA/cm 2 and a power density of 260. 94 / cm 2. ASSSs with high-performance energy storage ASSSs have been demonstrated to power devices in both rigid and flexible operation modes.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36152579


Anchoring Oxidized MXene Nanosheets on Porous Carbon Nanotube Sponge for Enhancing Ion Transport and Pseudocapacitive Performance.

Due to their superior surface-controlled charge storage capacity, two-dimensional MXene nanosheets are particularly popular for electrochemical energy storage applications. The newly constructed Ti 3 C 2 T x @CNT hybrid sponge would allow for high-speed ion-transport pathways for the charge-discharge procedure. In the Ti 3 T x @CNT electrode, a large gravimetric capacitance of 468 F g -1 at 10 mV s -1 and a retention of 79. 8% at 100 mV s -1 can be achieved. Meanwhile, in the experiment with high-loading Ti 3 C 2 T x, the highest areal capacitance of 661 mF cm -2 at 1 mA cm -2 was obtained. This research, however, leads to a high-capacitive electrochemical energy storage electrode, which results in a new electrophoretic deposition technique that results in a novel electrophoretic deposition device.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36070442


MXene coupled graphitic carbon nitride nanosheets based plasmonic photocatalysts for removal of pharmaceutical pollutant.

The persistent rise in the amount of industrial and pharmaceutical waste in water sources is an alarming warning. Herein, a series of Au plasmonic nanoparticle decorated ternary photocatalysts containing graphitic carbon nitride and Ti 3 C 2 MXene is intended to remove colorless pharmaceutical contaminants, cefixime, and cefixime under visible light irradiation. Ti 3 C 2 MXene's highly developed photocatalyst with 3 wt% achieved 64. 9 percent removal of the drug pollutant, cefixime within 105 minutes of exposure to visible light within 105 min. The presence of the Au nanoparticles and MXene in the nanocomposite facilitates the superior charge carrier separation and increase the number of active sites due to the emergence of interfacial contact with graphitic carbon nitride nanosheets. Overall, the new study provides greater physical insight into the future growth of MXene graphitic carbon nitride-based plasmonic photocatalysts.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36064026

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