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Direct Synthesis Of Two Inorganic Catalysts On Carbon Fibres For The Electrocatalytic Oxidation Of Water.

H. Svengren, K. Jansson, J. Grins, W. Wan, N. Torapava, M. Johnsson
Published 2017 · Medicine, Chemistry

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Two electrodes for anodic water oxidation made by direct synthesis of inorganic catalysts onto conductive carbon fibre sheets are evaluated. As catalysts two Co- and Sb-containing phases were tested, that is, Co3 Sb4 O6 F6 and the new compound CoSbO4 . The compounds express large differences in their morphology: CoSbO4 grows as thin needles whereas Co3 Sb4 O6 F6 grows as larger facetted crystals. Despite the smaller surface area the latter compound shows a better catalytic performance. When the compound Co3 Sb4 O6 F6 was used it gave a low increase of +0.028 mV h-1 at an overpotential of η=472 mV after 10 h and a stability of +0.48 mV h-1 at an overpotential of η=488 mV after 60 h. The leakages of Co and Sb were negligible and only <0.001 at % Co and approximately 0.02 at % Sb were detected in the electrolyte.
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