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    The electrons occupying defect sites located within the band gap, were easily excited into the conduction band, thus converting semiconductor to metal characteristic of Co 3 O 4. The absence of a binder such as Nafion or conductive compensation such as conductive graphite could further prevent the overlap of the catalyst themselves and the active surface by additives.

    The exfoliation of bulk materials into ultrathin nanosheets could intuitively provide abundant reactive surface areas. The delocalized spin states for Ni atoms offered high electrical conductivity on one hand and low adsorption energy between the active sites and reaction intermediates on the other hand, thus facilitating the reactive kinetics of OER.

    Similarly, Liu et al. Benefitting from the effects of atomic structure and electronic configuration modulation, the atomically thin Co 3 S 4 nanosheets exported an optimal onset overpotential of mV. The corresponding catalytic parameters of the selected catalysts involved in the optimization strategies are listed in Table 1. This review summarizes the advanced strategies for boosting the OER performance of transition metal based electrocatalysts.