Ligang Feng

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High Specific and Mass Activity for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction for Thin Film Catalysts of Sputtered Pt3Y

Niklas Lindahl, E. Zamburlini, Ligang Feng et al
Advanced Materials Interfaces. Vol. 4 (13)
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High-quality hydrogen generated from formic acid triggered by in situ prepared Pd/C catalyst for fuel cells

Q. Lv, Ligang Feng, Hu Chaoquan et al
Catalysis Science and Technology. Vol. 5 (5), p. 2581-2584
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Depth probing of the hydride formation process in thin Pd films by combined electrochemistry and fiber optics-based in situ UV/vis spectroscopy

Björn Wickman, Mattias Fredriksson, Ligang Feng et al
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. Vol. 17 (29), p. 18953-18960
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NiCo2O4 3 dimensional nanosheet as effective and robust catalyst for oxygen evolution reaction

Y. Xiao, Ligang Feng, Hu Chaoquan et al
RSC Advances. Vol. 5 (76), p. 61900-61905
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Rapid synthesis of a PtRu nano-sponge with different surface compositions and performance evaluation for methanol electrooxidation

M. L. Xiao, Ligang Feng, J. B. Zhu et al
Nanoscale. Vol. 7 (21), p. 9467-9471
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Ni2P Makes Application of the PtRu Catalyst Much Stronger in Direct Methanol Fuel Cells

J. F. Chang, Ligang Feng, C. Liu et al
ChemSusChem. Vol. 8 (19), p. 3340-3346
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Nanostructured PtRu/C catalyst promoted by CoP as an efficient and robust anode catalyst in direct methanol fuel cells

Ligang Feng, K. Li, J. F. Chang et al
Nano Energy. Vol. 15, p. 462-469
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Activity of Platinum/Carbon and Palladium/Carbon Catalysts Promoted by Ni2P in Direct Ethanol Fuel Cells

Guoqiang Li, Ligang Feng, J. F. Chang et al
ChemSusChem. Vol. 7 (12), p. 3374-3381
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Formic acid electrooxidation catalyzed by Pd/SmOx-C hybrid catalyst in fuel cells

K. Q. Wang, B. Wang, J. F. Chang et al
Electrochimica Acta. Vol. 150, p. 329-336
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