Water splitting for renewable energy technologies necessitates the creation of low-cost, highly active, and stable electrocatalysts for the hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) and oxygen evolution reaction (OER), which remains a challenging issue. Oxide-based catalysts, especially perovskites (ABO3), ruddlesden–popper perovskite (A2BO4) and pyrochlore-type oxides (A2B2O7), have attracted gotten much interest as electrocatalysts for water splitting because of their distinctive physical, chemical, and electronic properties. In this work, a scientometric analysis is conducted on developing various oxide-based catalysts for water splitting to explore further developments. Up to now, a total of 29,761 publications (between the years 1990–2020) have been obtained from the Web of Science (WoS) website by searching for these written documents on this subject with a variety of linking keywords. The derived documents were subjected to a scientometric study, which included a look at the contributing authors, publications, contributing countries, top citation bursts, and topic categories. Based on the information obtained, in this research area, the publications started to increase dramatically since 2012. In terms of scientific output on oxide-based catalysts for water splitting, China and the United States were discovered to be the world leaders.

Perovskite and related oxide based electrodes for water splitting / Han, N.; Race, M.; Zhang, W.; Marotta, R.; Zhang, C.; Bokhari, A.; Klemes, J. J.. - In: JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION. - ISSN 0959-6526. - 318:(2021), p. 128544. [10.1016/j.jclepro.2021.128544]

Perovskite and related oxide based electrodes for water splitting

Race M.
Secondo
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Marotta R.;
2021

Abstract

Water splitting for renewable energy technologies necessitates the creation of low-cost, highly active, and stable electrocatalysts for the hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) and oxygen evolution reaction (OER), which remains a challenging issue. Oxide-based catalysts, especially perovskites (ABO3), ruddlesden–popper perovskite (A2BO4) and pyrochlore-type oxides (A2B2O7), have attracted gotten much interest as electrocatalysts for water splitting because of their distinctive physical, chemical, and electronic properties. In this work, a scientometric analysis is conducted on developing various oxide-based catalysts for water splitting to explore further developments. Up to now, a total of 29,761 publications (between the years 1990–2020) have been obtained from the Web of Science (WoS) website by searching for these written documents on this subject with a variety of linking keywords. The derived documents were subjected to a scientometric study, which included a look at the contributing authors, publications, contributing countries, top citation bursts, and topic categories. Based on the information obtained, in this research area, the publications started to increase dramatically since 2012. In terms of scientific output on oxide-based catalysts for water splitting, China and the United States were discovered to be the world leaders.
2021
Perovskite and related oxide based electrodes for water splitting / Han, N.; Race, M.; Zhang, W.; Marotta, R.; Zhang, C.; Bokhari, A.; Klemes, J. J.. - In: JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION. - ISSN 0959-6526. - 318:(2021), p. 128544. [10.1016/j.jclepro.2021.128544]
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