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Author Kumar, M.P.; Sasikumar, M.; Arulraj, A.; Rajasudha, V.; Murugadoss, G.; Kumar, M.R.; Peera, S.G.; Mangalaraja, R.V.
Title NiFe Layered Double Hydroxide Electrocatalyst Prepared via an Electrochemical Deposition Method for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction Type
Year 2022 Publication Catalysts Abbreviated Journal Catalysts
Volume 12 Issue 11 Pages 1470
Keywords OER; NiFe-LDH electrocatalyst; electrochemical deposition; (Oxy)hydroxides phases; long-time stability
Abstract Herein, we aimed to obtain NiFe layered double hydroxide (LDH) with a controlled phase and surface morphology as a highly active and stable oxygen evolution catalyst via the electrochemical deposition method, which was thermodynamically stable for the oxygen evolution reaction (OER) in an alkaline medium. The NiFe-LDH sample was analyzed by sophisticated instruments and tested as an electrocatalyst on Toray carbon (TC). The NiFe-LDH electrocatalyst showed an excellent performance with lower overpotential of 0.27 V at 35 mA cm(-2) and higher density of 125 mA cm(-2) for OER in the 1 M KOH electrolyte solution. Moreover, the prepared catalyst exhibited unpredictable long-time stability for 700 h. From our knowledge, NiFe-LDH is a robust highly stable electrocatalyst compared to the recent reports.
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Call Number UAI @ alexi.delcanto @ Serial 1680
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Author Lagos, M.; Caceres, C.W.; Lardies, M.A.
Title Geographic variation in acid- base balance of the intertidal crustacean Cyclograpsus cinereus ( Decapoda, Grapsidae) during air exposure Type
Year 2014 Publication Journal Of The Marine Biological Association Of The United Kingdom Abbreviated Journal J. Mar. Biol. Assoc. U.K.
Volume 94 Issue 1 Pages 159-165
Keywords emersion; latitudinal gradient; respiration; intertidal; Chile; lactate dehydrogenase; LDH; acidosis
Abstract In intertidal poikilotherms with wide geographic distribution, physiological variations are ubiquitous, due to phenotypic plasticity and/or individual geographic variation. Using the grapsid crab, Cyclograpsus cinereus as a study model, acclimatization differences in respiratory physiology were evaluated among populations along the Chilean coast, covering a latitudinal gradient of about 2000km. This species inhabits the supratidal zones and, therefore, is subject to constant immersion and emersion periods, producing physiological acidification due to CO2 retention, mainly in the branchial cavity. Individuals of six populations were collected along the coastline of Chile and were exposed to air for different time periods in the laboratory. The following parameters were measured: pH, Ca2+, Cl- and haemolymphatic lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) enzyme activity. Populations from lower latitudes were significantly different from those from central and southern Chile, with a higher haemolymphatic pH variation and higher Ca2+ level, along with lower levels of Cl- and LDH enzyme activity. This indicates that the populations from lower latitudes, which are subject to higher air temperatures during emersion, have a higher homeostatic capacity during emersion periods than those of intermediate and higher latitudes. This response seems to be determined by genetic bases due to adaptation to the local environment.
Address [Lagos, Marcelo; Caceres, Cristian W.] Univ Catolica Ssma, Fac Ciencias, Dept Ecol, Concepcion, Chile, Email: marco.lardies@uai.cl
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ISSN 0025-3154 ISBN Medium
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Call Number UAI @ eduardo.moreno @ Serial 376
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