Novel Tungsten and Molybdenum-based Materials
Due to energy crisis and environmental pollution, renewable clean energy sources are strongly demanded. Hydrogen has been vigorously pursued as one of the most promising energy carriers for the clean fuel of the future. And we focus on developing W and Mo based compounds as highly efficient catalysts for the hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) by structure and composition designs to enhance the final HER performances.
Selected work shown as follows：
Figure 1. Ammoniated molybdenum disulfide sanwich lamellar strcuture (J. Mater. Chem. A, 2015, 3:13050-13056)
Figure 2. Molybdenum disulfide/molybdenum carbide core-shell nanostructures (ACS. Catal, 2015, 5: 6956-6963)
Figure 3. Molybdenum disulfide nanosheets with high active density (ACS. Catal, 2013, 3: 2101-2107)
Figure 4. Tungsten disulfide nanosheets (a) and inorganic fullerene structures (b) (Appl. Catal. B: Environ, 2012, 125: 59-66)