NewsScientists capture electron transfer image in
electrocatalysis process

29th November 2021by admin0
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The involvement between electron transfer (ET) and
catalytic reaction at electrocatalyst surface makes electrochemical
process challenging to understand and control. How to
experimentally determine ET process occurring at nanoscale is
important to understand the overall electrochemical reaction
process at active sites.

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