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Preparation of multi metal-carbon nanoreactors for adsorption and catalysis

Title
Preparation of multi metal-carbon nanoreactors for adsorption and catalysis
Authors
Mayani, SV[Mayani, Suranjana V.]Mayani, VJ[Mayani, Vishal J.]Lee, JY[Lee, Jun Young]Ko, SH[Ko, Sung Hyun]Lee, SK[Lee, Soo Keun]Kim, SW[Kim, Sang Wook]
DGIST Authors
Lee, SK[Lee, Soo Keun]
Issue Date
2013-04
Citation
Adsorption: Journal of the International Adsorption Society, 19(2-4), 251-257
Type
Article
Article Type
Article; Conference Paper
Keywords
AdsorptionCarbonCatalysisCatalytic OxidationChemical and Physical PropertiesDynamic AdsorptionEthyleneFuel OilsGold DepositsHeterogeneous CatalysisHeterogeneous Catalytic OxidationManganeseMetal-CarbonMetal NanocrystalsModern TechniquesNanoreactorsNickelPyrolysis Fuel OilSecondary AlcoholsTemplate Methods
ISSN
0929-5607
Abstract
Metal-incorporated composite carbon materials have engendered great progress in the fields of catalysis, energy storage and material science because of their size and chemical and physical properties. In this study, a modern technique was applied for the development of multi metal-carbon nanoreactors (MCNRs) from a pristine carbon cage (CC) using template method with nano silica ball (NSB), pyrolysis fuel oil (PFO) and metal nanocrystals such as gold, copper, nickel, potassium and manganese. The newly prepared Au, Cu, Ni, K and Mn deposited carbon nanoreactors were fully characterized by various analytical techniques. Due to their easy fabrication protocols and broad potential applications, the MCNRs were used successfully for the chemisorptions of hydrogen and ethylene gases alongside the solvent-free heterogeneous catalytic oxidation of a secondary alcohol. The MCNRs have exhibited dynamic adsorption performance and excellent catalytic activity. © 2012 Springer Science+Business Media New York.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/3247
DOI
10.1007/s10450-012-9447-6
Publisher
Springer
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