Onje S

HER and OER

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Hi. I am a beginner in HER and OER and I was wondering if I could be directed to some relevant papers and study materials. Thanks

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Thanks for the reply. I did in fact. As I stated earlier, this is my first foray into a subject of this nature and I was wondering if there was any materials on this topic for beginners since most of the materials and papers bar one was for people who are familiar with the research

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A nice and simple text book is: Christine Lefrou, Pierre Fabry, Jean-Claude Poignet, Electrochemistry, The Basics, With Examples.

The first chapter has information on OER and HER.

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On ‎10‎/‎16‎/‎2018 at 12:46 PM, Onje S said:

Hi. I am a beginner in HER and OER and I was wondering if I could be directed to some relevant papers and study materials. Thanks

 

It would be helpful if you could fill in more detail since neither of these subjects are suitable for beginners.

Both these reactions are currently the subject of intensive and secretive research for commercial and national economic/ security reasons.
Hence much remains unpublished about the subject.

Do you know enough electrochemistry to understand the potentials involved and catalysis theory to support efforts?

Where exactly do you want to start?
 

 

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