Electrochemical CO2 Reduction to Value-added Chemicals on Copper-based Catalysts

Shenghong Zhong
Controlled and selective electrochemical CO2 reduction to hydrocarbons and oxygenates utilizing energy from renewables such as solar energy is a promising alternative approach to store energy in chemical bonds while simultaneously close the anthropogenic carbon cycle, thus to address the twin problems of fossil fuels depletion and environmental challenges. Copper-based electrocatalysts have been demonstrated promising performance for CO2 reduction. However, Cu usually converts CO2 into a mixture, where more than 16 different species have been...
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