pH-Dependent Electrochemically Catalyzed Oxygen Reduction Behaviors of o-Substituted Co (III) Corroles Research Data.pdf
preprintposted on 2020-09-30, 09:35 authored by Wei Tang, Yunyuan Qiu, Xiaonan Li, Rodah C. Soy, John MackJohn Mack, Tebello Nyokong, X Liang
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Earth-abundant first row transition metal corrole complexes have played an important role in fundamental research due to their unique molecular structures and attractive properties. In comparison to porphyrins, corroles have three inner N-H protons and are ring-contracted with a smaller macrocyclic cavity. First row transition metal corroles have been widely used as effective electrochemical catalysts for small molecule activations, such as hydrogen evolution, oxygen reduction/evolution and CO2 reduction reactions (HERs, ORRs/OERs and CO2 RRs) through homogenous and/or heterogenous prodecures. Several strategies have been used to modulate the catalytic efficiency of synthetic metallocorroles.