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Anion exchange of a cationic Cd(ii)-based metal–organic framework with potassium ferricyanide towards highly active Fe₃C-containing Fe/N/C catalysts for oxygen reduction
- HuangThese authors contributed equally to this work., Jia-Wei, Chen, Yu-Bin, Liu, Xiao, Huang, Yi-Chen, Ding, Ye-Lin, Xu, Yang, Yao, Hong-Chang, Zhu, Hai-Bin, Yang, Hui
- Chemical communications 2019 v.55 no.48 pp. 6930-6933
- anion exchange, cadmium, catalysts, coordination polymers, electrolytes, ferricyanides, iron, oxygen, platinum
- A highly active and stable Fe₃C-containing Fe/N/C catalyst, derived from a cationic Cd(ii)-based metal–organic framework involving accurate control over Fe-doping via anion-exchange with potassium ferricyanide, shows superior oxygen reduction performance over the benchmark Pt/C catalyst in an alkaline electrolyte.