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Watching Iron Nanoparticles Rust: An In Situ X-ray Absorption Spectroscopic Study
(American Chemical Society, 2014)
Iron nanoparticles and iron oxide nanoparticles are among the most commonly studied nanomaterials because of their applications in fields ranging from catalysis to ferrofluids. However, many synthetic methods give iron ...
In situ X-ray absorption spectroscopic studies of magnetic Fe@FexOy/Pd nanoparticle catalysts for hydrogenation reactions
Core@shell Fe@FexOy nanoparticles (NPs) have attracted a great deal of interest as potential magnetic supports for catalytic metals via galvanic exchange reactions. In this study Fe@FexOy/Pd bimetallic NPs were synthesized ...
X-ray Absorption Spectroscopic Studies of the Penetrability of Hollow Iron Oxide Nanoparticles by Galvanic Exchange Reactions
(American Chemical Society, 2017)
Hollow Fe oxide nanoparticles have many applications in catalysis, drug delivery, and energy storage. Hollow Fe oxide shells can also be used for preventing the sintering of catalytically active cores and for magnetic ...
In situ X-ray Absorption Spectroscopic Study of Fe@FexOy/Pd and Fe@FexOy/Cu Nanoparticle Catalysts Prepared by Galvanic Exchange Reactions
(American Chemical Society, 2015)
Fe@FexOy core–shell nanoparticles have been previously shown to be a versatile support for catalytic metals such as Pd and Cu. However, the resulting structure, metal speciation, and performance of such catalysts in catalytic ...