DOI: 10.1002/cssc.202301874 ISSN: 1864-5631

Advanced Microwave Strategies Facilitate Structural Engineering for Efficient Electrocatalysis

Qingxiang Li, Guangyu Fang, Zhiao Wu, Jiayue Guo, Yongfei You, Huanyu Jin, Jun Wan
  • General Energy
  • General Materials Science
  • General Chemical Engineering
  • Environmental Chemistry

In the dynamic realm of energy conversion, the demand for efficient electrocatalysis has surged due to the urgent need to seamlessly integrate renewable energy. Traditional electrocatalyst preparation faces challenges like poor controllability, elevated costs, and stringent operational conditions. The introduction of microwave strategies represents a transformative shift, offering rapid response, high‐temperature energy, and superior controllability. Notably, non‐liquid‐phase advanced microwave technology holds promise for introducing novel models and discoveries compared to traditional liquid‐phase microwave methods. This review examines the nuanced applications of microwave technology in electrocatalyst structural engineering, emphasizing its pivotal role in the energy paradigm and addressing challenges in conventional methods. The ensuing discussion explores the profound impact of advanced microwave strategies on electrocatalyst structural engineering, highlighting discernible advantages in optimizing performance. Various applications of advanced microwave techniques in electrocatalysis are comprehensively discussed, providing a forward‐looking perspective on their untapped potential to propel transformative strides in renewable energy research. It provides a forward‐looking perspective, delving into the untapped potential of microwaves to propel transformative strides in renewable energy research.

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