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Electronic Supplementary Material (ESI) for Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers.This journal is the Partner Organisations 2019Bimetallic NiIr nanoparticles supported on lanthanum oxy-carbonateas highly efficient catalysts for hydrogen evolution from hydrazineborane and hydrazineXiaoling Hong, Qilu Yao*, Meiling Huang, Hongxia Du, Zhang-Hui Lu*Institute of Advanced Materials (IAM), College of Chemistry and ChemicalEngineering, Jiangxi Normal University, Nanchang 330022, P.R. China.E-mail: yaoqilu@jxnu.edu.cn; luzh@jxnu.edu.cnS1

Fig. S1 The particle size distributions of (a) Ni0.75Ir0.25/La2O2CO3 and (b)Ni0.75Ir0.25/La2O2CO3-N NCs.S2

Fig. S2 (a) Typical TEM image, (b) high-resolution TEM image, (c) SAED pattern, (d)EDX pattern of Ni0.75Ir0.25/La2O2CO3 NCs.S3

Fig. S3 Typical TEM images of (a,b) Ni0.75Ir0.25 and (c,d) Ni0.75Ir0.25-N samples.S4

Fig. S4 The particle size distributions of the catalysts (a) Ni0.75Ir0.25 and (b) Ni0.75Ir0.25N samples.S5

25/La2O2CO3-N and (c) Ni0.75Ir0.25/La2O2CO3 catalysts.S6(a)La2O2CO3,(b)

Fig. S6 CO2-TPD mass spectra of the pure Ni0.75Ir0.25 NPs and Ni0.75Ir0.25/La2O2CO3catalysts.S7

Fig. S7 UV-Vis spectra and the corresponding photos of (a) IrCl3·xH2O aqueoussolution and (b) IrCl3·xH2O with NaOH mixture aqueous solution.S8

Fig. S8 The color changes of the aqueous solution of NiCl2 during the reductionprocesses in the (a) presence and (b) absence of NaOH added.S9

Fig. S9 Powder XRD diffraction patterns of the as-synthesized (a) 2CO3-N,Ni0.75Ir0.25,andNi0.75Ir0.25/La2O2CO3 samples. (b) Powder XRD diffraction patterns of Ni0.75Ir0.25 NPs.S10

Fig. S10 Time course plots for H2 generation from aqueous solution of N2H4BH3 (200mM, 5 mL) (a) over Ni0.75Ir0.25/La2O2CO3 with different amount of La2O2CO3 at 323K (n(Ni Ir)/n(N H BH ) 0.1) and (b) over Ni0.75Ir0.25/La2O2CO3, Ni0.75Ir0.25/La2O3 and243Ni0.75Ir0.25/La(OH)3.S11

Fig. S11 Time course plots for H2 generation from aqueous solution of N2H4BH3 (200mM, 5 mL) over Ni0.75Ir0.25/La2O2CO3 (a) after washing, (b) before washing and (c)added NaOH after washing (n(Ni Ir)/n(N H BH ) 0.1).243S12

Fig. S12 Powder XRD diffraction patterns of in the Ni0.75Ir0.25/La2O2CO3 (a) beforeand (b) after the durability test.S13

Fig. S13 (a-c) Typical TEM images and (d) the particle size distribution of theNi0.75Ir0.25/La2O2CO3 after the durability test.S14

Table S1 Comparison of the catalytic performance of different catalysts for H2generation from N2H4BH3.CatalystT/KNaOH/Mn(H2 2CO33231.26.01250.0This workRaney l TOF values were calculated according to the original data provided by the reports.bTheinital TOF values and NaOH concentration were provided by the reports.S15

Table S2 Comparison of the catalytic performance of different catalysts for H2generation by N2H4·H2O decomposition.CatalystT/KNaOH/Mn(H2 0.75Ir0.25/La2O2CO33231.23.0487.3This 303without2.812.4bS26Rh4Ni aS28Ni0.95Ir0.05-CTAB298without3.03.1aS29aThetotal TOF values were calculated according to the original data provided by the reports.bTheinital TOF values were provided by the reports.S16

Calculation method for TOFThe total turn-over frequency (TOF) reported in this work was an apparent TOFvalue based on the number of metal (Ir Ni) atoms in catalysts, which was calculatedfrom the equation as follows:TOF nH2nmetal·tWhere nH2 was the mole number of generated H2, nmetal was the total molenumber of Ni and Ir in catalyst and t was the completed reaction time in hour.S17

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NiIr/Cr2O3 323 0.5 6.0 247.9a S7 Ni0.6Pt0.4/MSC-30 303 0.6 6.0 240a S8 Ni0.9Pt0.1/graphene 323 0.5 6.0 240b S9 Ni0.9Pt0.1-CeO2 323 0.5 5.74 234b S10 Cu0.4Ni0.6Mo 323 2.0 6.0 108b S11 Ni@(RhNi-alloy)/Al2O3 323 without 5.74 72.0a S12 Ni5@Pt 323 without 4.4 2.3a S13 aThe total TOF values were

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