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RHE Fig. LSV and CA measurements in 0. The current density was normalized by the catalyst Pd loadings Figs. It is worth noting that specific current densities in Fig. At a potential of 0. To compare the steady-state activity at 0. RHE for one hour performed in 0. The C 2 product peaks started being detected at the potential of 0. Therefore, consistent with the DFT and surface science conclusions, the Pd-modified WC catalyst bound to the reaction intermediates more weakly, potentially resulting in less catalyst poisoning by the EOR intermediates.
Overall, results presented in this study demonstrated the feasibility of designing EOR catalysts from fundamental DFT and surface science studies. DOE under Contract No. Jingguang G.
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