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Title (Primary) How to go beyond C1 products with electrochemical reduction of CO2
Author Li, D.; Zhang, H.; Xiang, H.; Rasul, S.; Fontmorin, J.-M.; Izadi, P.; Roldan, A.; Taylor, R.; Feng, Y.; Banerji, L.; Cowan, A.; Yu, E.H.; Xuan, J.
Journal Sustainable Energy & Fuels
Year 2021
Department UMB
Volume 5
Issue 23
Page From 5893
Page To 5914
Language englisch
Topic T7 Bioeconomy
Abstract The electrochemical reduction of CO2 to produce fuels and value-added organic chemicals is of great potential, providing a mechanism to convert and store renewable energy within a carbon-neutral energy circle. Currently the majority of studies report C1 products such as carbon monoxide and formate as the major CO2 reduction products. A particularly challenging goal within CO2 electrochemical reduction is the pursuit of multi-carbon (C2+) products which have been proposed to enable a more economically viable value chain. This review summaries recent development across electro-, photoelectro- and bioelectro-catalyst developments. It also explores the role of device design and operating conditions in enabling C–C bond generation.
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Li, D., Zhang, H., Xiang, H., Rasul, S., Fontmorin, J.-M., Izadi, P., Roldan, A., Taylor, R., Feng, Y., Banerji, L., Cowan, A., Yu, E.H., Xuan, J. (2021):
How to go beyond C1 products with electrochemical reduction of CO2
Sustain. Energ. Fuels 5 (23), 5893 - 5914