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SOLID OXIDE ELECTROLYSIS

Selective CO2 electrohydrogenation

Tuning the selectivity of CO2 electrohydrogenation to value-added products poses a challenge in CO2 mitigation and electrified chemical manufacturing. Now, a strategy to design and synthesize CO2 reduction electrocatalysts highly selective to either CO or CH4 for proton-conducting ceramic electrochemical cells is presented.

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Fig. 1: Schematic illustration of proton-conducting ceramic electrochemical cells for selective CO2 electrohydrogenation.

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Duan, C. Selective CO2 electrohydrogenation. Nat Catal 4, 264–265 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41929-021-00600-6

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