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Table 1 Electrocatalytic CO2RR reduction using MOF-derived materials

From: Metal–organic framework derived nanomaterials for electrocatalysis: recent developments for CO2 and N2 reduction

Synthetic method Electrode Potential Electrolyte Product FE (%) Refs.
Pyrolysis HKUST-1 derived Cu/carbon − 0.7 V vs. RHE 1 M KOH CO 71 [67]
Pyrolysis ZIF derived Co-N − 0.68 V vs. RHE 0.5 M KHCO3 CO 94 [68]
Pyrolysis ZIF-8 derived NiSAs/N-C − 0.89 V vs. RHE 0.5 M KHCO3 CO 72 [65]
Pyrolysis HKUST-1 derived Cu-Cu CN − 1.07 V vs. RHE 1 M KOH C2H4 45 [67]
Pyrolysis ZIF derived carbon and CNT − 0.74 V vs. RHE 0.1 M NaHCO3 CO 97 [69]
Hydrothermal/pyrolysis Ti/TiO2NT-ZIF-8 + 0.1 V vs. RHE 0.1 M Na2SO4 C2H5OH [70]
Hydrothermal Cu based HKUST-1 − 1 V vs. Ag/AgCl 0.5 M KHCO3 CH3OH/C2H5OH 10.3 [61]
Hydrothermal Ru doped HKUST-1 − 2 V vs. Ag/AgCl 0.5 M KHCO3 C2H5OH 47.2 [66]
Pyrolysis ZIF-8 derived Fe-N sites − 0.42 V vs. RHE 1 M KHCO3 CO 92 [64]