Fluorine-Doped and Partially Oxidized Tantalum Carbides as Nonprecious Metal Electrocatalysts for Methanol Oxidation Reaction in Acidic Media
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A nonprecious metal electrocatalyst based on fluorine-doped tantalum carbide with an oxidative surface on graphitized carbon (TaCxFyOz/gC) is developed by using a simple one-pot in situ ion exchange and adsorption method, and the TaCxFyOz/gC shows superior performance and durability for methanol oxidation reaction and extreme tolerance to CO poisoning in acidic media.
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