E3S Web Conf.
Volume 245, 20212021 5th International Conference on Advances in Energy, Environment and Chemical Science (AEECS 2021)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Chemical Performance Research and Chemical Industry Technology Research and Development|
|Published online||24 March 2021|
Novel Co/UiO-66 metal organic framework catalyst for oxygen reduction reaction in microbial fuel cells
1 GuangZhou University, School Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Key Laboratory for Quality and Conservation of Pearl River Delta, Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Radionuclides Pollution Control and Resources, 510006 Guangzhou, PR China
2 GuangZhou University, Guangzhou University-Linkoping University Research Center on Urban Sustainable Development, 510006 Guangzhou, PR China
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To improve the power generation of microbial fuel cell (MFC), the cathode is modified to increase its oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) activity by using Co/UiO-66, which derived from pyrolyzing the mixture of Co(NO3)2 as the metal precursor incorporated with NH2-UiO-66. It was found that Co/UiO-66 (MOF-900) has been developed as a high-performance electrocatalyst for ORR at a pyrolysis temperature of 900 °C. Therefore, Co/UiO-66 should be a promising oxygen reduction catalyst for application in MFCs. This study provides technical and theoretical validation for the MFC performance improvement by ORR active MOF-derived catalysts modified cathodes.
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