DHU Professor Qiao Jinli’s team in the College of Environmental Science and Engineering recently made a breakthrough in atomically dispersed catalysts. The research result is published in Progress in Materials Science titled “Advances of atomically dispersed catalysts from single-atom to clusters in energy storage and conversion applications” (https://doi.org/10.1016/j. pmatsci.2022.100964). The paper’s first author is Wang Yongxia, a young faculty in the College of Environmental Science and Engineering of DHU. The co-first author is Cui Xiangzhi from the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. The corresponding authors are Prof. Qiao Jinli from DHU, Prof. Wang Guoxiu and Dr. Zhang Jinqiang from the University of Technology, Sydney.
This paper is a new research result by Prof. Qiao Jinli’s team, following the latest large-scale review of metal-nitrogen-carbon-based electrocatalysts published in Advanced Materials 2021, 2100997 last year.
Ariticel link: Yongxia Wang, Xiangzhi Cui, Jinqiang Zhang, Jinli Qiao, Haitao Huang, Jianlin Shi, Guoxiu Wang, Advances of atomically dispersed catalysts from single-atom to clusters in energy storage and conversion applications, Progress in Materials Science, 128（2022）100964