Electrocatalytic Hydrazine Splitting for Hydrogen Production Using Hydrothermally Synthesized CuCo2S4nanocatalyst

A novel approach for Hydrazine assisted electrolytic hydrogen production using nanocoral structures of cobalt-copper sulfide is portrayed in this work. It is observed that an enormous amount of hydrogen is produced with the present sulfide and is much higherin comparison to copper sulfide and cobalt sulfide alone. The dependency of catalytic activity with respect to sintering temperature and stability of catalyst is also investigated.