Nitrogen-doped graphene (NG) is a promising metal-free catalyst for the oxygen-reduction reaction (ORR). A facile and low-cost synthesis of NG via the pyrolysis of graphene oxide and urea is reported. The N content in NG can be up to 7.86%, with a high percentage of graphitic N (≈24%), which gives rise to an excellent catalytic activity toward the ORR.
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