Tailoring platinum-based catalysts is of great research interest in the fields of electrochemical energy conversion and storage, as well as other applications. Now, an approach has been developed to boost the activity of platinum catalysts at the atomic scale.
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Li, F., Baek, JB. Atomic tailoring of platinum catalysts. Nat Catal 2, 477–478 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41929-019-0302-y