Electrochemical CO2 reduction towards value-added chemical feedstocks has been extensively studied in recent years to resolve the energy and environmental problems. The practical application of electrochemical CO2 reduction technology requires a cost-effective, highly efficient, and robust catalyst. To date, vigorous research have been carried out to increase the proficiency of electrocatalysts. In recent years, two-dimensional (2D) graphene and transition metal chalcogenides (TMCs) have displayed excellent activity towards CO2 reduction. This review focuses on the recent progress of 2D graphene and TMCs for selective electrochemical CO2 reduction into CO.
- 2D nanostructures
- Electrochemical CO reduction