CIESC Journal ›› 2020, Vol. 71 ›› Issue (10): 4445-4461.doi: 10.11949/0438-1157.20200739

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Constructing and regulating electrocatalysts: from perspective of mesoscale

Xingqun ZHENG(),Li LI(),Zidong WEI()   

  1. School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chongqing University, Chongqing 401331, China
  • Received:2020-06-11 Revised:2020-07-14 Online:2020-10-05 Published:2020-07-16
  • Contact: Zidong WEI;liliracial@;zdwei@


The electrocatalyst is the core of the electrochemical reaction in the chemical energy conversion process. It is of great significance to improve the electrocatalytic efficiency, save energy and reduce consumption by maximizing its catalytic performance. Guaranteeing almost all active sites of catalysts on the cross of various channels, regulating the intrinsic activity, as well as improving conductivity and stability are of great significance for designing and optimizing electrocatalysts and maximizing their performance. Along with modulation of electrocatalysts, there is a nonlinear relationship among the changes of structure, composition and properties of catalysts, which shows mesoscale characteristics, that is, entirely new characteristics which is different from that of the two extreme cases. This review summarizes the mesoscale phenomena and effects in constructing and modulating active sites of electrocatalysts. It covers the mesoscale phenomenain terms of crystal structure, chemical composition, phase interface and strain effects in tuning structure and performance of electrocatalysts. It is interesting to gain insight into mesoscale mechanisms which opens a fresh perspective to optimal and tunable design and preparation of electrocatalysts, and thus supply copious novel ideas for forming a new theory system for electrochemical catalysis.

Key words: mesoscale, electrocatalyst, crystal structure, chemical composition, phase interface, strain effect

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  • O 646.5
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