Data on the catalytic CO oxidation and CO2 reduction durability on gC3N4 nanotubes Co-doped atomically with Pd and Cu
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Understanding the fabrication mechanism of graphitic carbon nitride (gC3N4) nanostructures is critical for tailoring their physicochemical properties for various catalytic applications. In this article, we provide deep insights into the optimized parameters for the rational synthesis of one-dimensional gC3N4 atomically doped with Pd and Cu denoted as (Pd/Cu/gC3N4NTs) and its fabrication mechanism. This is in addition to the CO oxidation durability along with the electrochemical and photoelectrochemical CO2 reduction durability of Pd/Cu/gC3N4NTs. The presented herein results are correlated to the research article entitled “Precise Fabrication of Porous One-dimensional gC3N4 Nanotubes Doped with Pd and Cu Atoms for Efficient CO Oxidation and CO2 Reduction (Kamel Eid et al., 2019).
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