In-situ self-assembly of graphene supported MnO2 nanowires for enhanced water oxidation in both alkaline and neutral solutions
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The sluggish water oxidation reaction represents a significant challenge in water splitting for energy storage using hydrogen. We herein reported a graphene supported MnO2 nanowires with an ultrasmall diameter and ultrahigh aspect ratio using a novel in-situ self-assembly approach. This nanostructure was investigated as water oxidation catalysts, showing an ultrahigh catalytic activity and good durability in both alkaline and neutral conditions. © The Electrochemical Society.
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