Metal Identified in 'Metal-Free' Catalyst

News   Feb 27, 2018 | Original Story by Mike Williams for Rice University.

 
Metal Identified in 'Metal-Free' Catalyst

Transmission electron microscope images of nitrogen-doped graphene show the relative presence of manganese atoms, contaminants from graphite precursors or reactants believed responsible for the material’s ability to catalyze oxygen-reduction reactions. Credit: the Tour Group.

 
 
 

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