Gutić, S.J.; Dobrota, A.S.; Fako, E.; Skorodumova, N.V.; López, N.; Pašti, I.A. Hydrogen Evolution Reaction-From Single Crystal to Single Atom Catalysts. Catalysts2020, 10, 290.
Gutić, S.J.; Dobrota, A.S.; Fako, E.; Skorodumova, N.V.; López, N.; Pašti, I.A. Hydrogen Evolution Reaction-From Single Crystal to Single Atom Catalysts. Catalysts 2020, 10, 290.
Hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) is one of the most important reaction in electrochemistry. This is not only because it is the simplest way to produce high purity hydrogen and the fact that it is the side reaction in many other technologies. HER actually shaped current electrochemistry because it was in focus of active research for so many years (and it still is). The number of catalysts investigated for HER is immense, and it is impossible to overview them all. In fact, it seems that the complexity of the field overcomes the complexity of HER. The aim of this review is to point out some of the latest developments in HER catalysis, current directions and some of the missing links between a single crystal, nanosized supported catalysts and, recently emerging, single atom catalysts for HER
hydrogen evolution reaction; catalysis; supported catalysts; single atom catalysts
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