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1037655 
Journal Article 
Controlling Size, Amount, and Crystalline Structure of Nanoparticles Deposited on Graphenes for Highly Efficient Energy Conversion and Storage 
Choi, BG; Park, HS 
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ChemSusChem
ISSN: 1864-5631
EISSN: 1864-564X 
English 
A facilitated electrochemical reaction at the surface of electrodes is crucial for highly efficient energy conversion and storage. Herein, various nanoparticles (NPs) including Au, Pt, Pd, Ru, and RuO(2) , were synthesized in situ and directly deposited on the ionic liquid (IL)-functionalized reduced graphene oxides (RGOs) in a controlled manner. The size, amount, and crystalline structures of discrete NPs were readily controlled, giving rise to enhanced methanol oxidation and pseudocapacitance. The well-defined nanostructure of decorated NPs and the favorable interaction between ILs and RGOs (or NPs) facilitated the electrochemical reaction, where NPs acted as electrocatalysts for energy conversion and played the role of redox-active electrodes for energy storage. 
energy conversion; energy storage; graphene; ionic liquids; nanoparticles 
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