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Oxygen Reduction at Soft Interfaces Catalyzed by In Situ-Generated Reduced Graphene Oxide

Face to face: Flakes of reduced graphene oxide, synthesized in situ at the liquid/liquid interface from a graphene-oxide precursor, are capable of catalyzing the biphasic reduction of protons to hydrogen peroxide in the presence of molecular oxygen and an organic solubilized electron donor. This offers a new perspective for the bulk production of a green oxidant through biphasic electrolysis.

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