Showcasing research from the Institute for Chemical Research, As featured in: Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan. Volume 10 Number 22 14 June 2018 Pages 10299–10742 Boosting photocatalytic overall water splitting by Co doping into Mn O nanoparticles as oxygen evolution cocatalysts Nanoscale 3 4 rsc.li/nanoscale To develop effi cient oxygen evolution cocatalysts, we synthesized highly monodisperse cobalt-doped manganese oxide nanoparticles with controlled cobalt concentration by a chemical synthetic method. This illustration shows that the Rh@Cr O / 2 3 SrTiO photocatalyst with Co Mn O nanoparticles exhibits 3 x 3-x 4 higher overall water splitting activity than that with pure Mn O ISSN 2040-3372 3 4 COMMUNICATION Jianxiang Zhang, Ruibing Wang et al. nanoparticles. The activity increases with increasing the cobalt Inhibition of drug-induced seizure development in both zebraﬁ sh and mouse models by a synthetic nanoreceptor concentration, indicating that cobalt-doping improves water oxidation kinetics at the surface of Mn O . Such a systematic See Masaki Saruyama, 3 4 Masanori Sakamoto, study gives an effi cient guide to ﬁ nd powerful water oxidation Toshiharu Teranishi et al. , cocatalysts from a number of candidates of mixed metal Nanoscale , 2018, 10 , 10420. compounds for effi cient artiﬁ cial photosynthesis. rsc.li/nanoscale Registered charity number: 207890
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Published: Jun 7, 2018
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