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Title: Fe3+ Stabilized 3d Cross-linked Glycine-melamine Formaldehyde Networks as Precursor for Highly Efficient Oxygen Reduction Catalyst in Alkaline Media
Authors: Kottarathil, S
Illathvalappil, R
Nisa, S
Sailaja, G S
Mohamed, A P
Nair, B N
Gopinathan, M A
Kurungot, S
Yamaguchi, T
Hareesh, U S
Keywords: graphitic carbon alloy
iron carbide
Fuel cell
Issue Date: 13-Jan-2020
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Materials Letters; 264:127365
Abstract: Development of inexpensive oxygen reduction electrocatalyst with high activity and durability is very important. Herein, iron carbide encapsulated pod-like graphitic carbon structures were prepared by simple pyrolysis involving Fe-glycine complex integrated melamine–formaldehyde resin precursor. The best catalyst among those studied, Fe-Gly 2 MF-C, possessing high degree of graphitization (ID/IG = 0.99) and enhanced specific surface area (205 m2/g) exhibited the highest ORR activity with a half-wave potential of 0.80 V in alkaline medium through the four-electron reduction pathway.
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