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2018, 11(12): 6111–6140


Nanodendrites of platinum-group metals for electrocatalytic applications

Nitin K. Chaudhari1,2,§, Jinwhan Joo1,§, Hyuk-bu Kwon1, Byeongyoon Kim1, Ho Young Kim3, Sang Hoon Joo3 (*), and Kwangyeol Lee1 (*

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1 Department of Chemistry, Korea University, Seoul 02841, Republic of Korea
2 Research Institute of Natural Sciences (RINS), Korea University, Seoul 02841, Republic of Korea
3 School of Energy and Chemical Engineering, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Ulsan 44919, Republic of Korea
§ Nitin K. Chaudhari and Jinwhan Joo contributed equally to this work.

Keywords: nanodendrites, platinum-group metals, electrochemical and energy conversion, nanostructure
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ABSTRACT Developing highly efficient and durable catalysts for future electrochemical and energy applications is one of the main subjects of current studies in renewable energy generation. In the past several years, researchers have developed Pt-based alloy electrocatalyst nanomaterials that exhibit promising electrocatalytic properties for various electrochemical applications. The efficient structural and morphological control of Pt-based alloy materials plays a decisive role in achieving these enhanced electrocatalytic properties. The present review article emphasizes the recent progress and important developments in the synthesis and electrocatalytic applications of Pt-group-based nanodendrite materials. The following review will help the exploration and development of better catalysts for practical applications and aims to elucidate the nanodendrite structure of Pt-group metals.
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Nanodendrites of platinum-group metals for electrocatalytic applications. Nano Res. 2018, 11(12): 6111–6140

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