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2012-2014

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250000.0 CNY

ABSTRACT

The catalytic reaction of carbon dioxide-converted fuels will play an important role in future energy and environmental applications due to their unique ability to reduce the carbon dioxide content of the atmosphere and produce fuel sources at the same time. In recent years, metal nanocatalyst has been made as an important component of carbon dioxide photocatalytic conversion catalyst (metal-semiconductor composite structure), and its effectiveness has been confirmed, but its catalytic activity and selectivity are to be improved. In order to further explore the application of metal nanocatalyst in this field, we have proposed in this project the concept and implementation of catalyst for the design and synthesis of efficient carbon dioxide photocatalytic conversion fuel by controlled synthesis and new characterization of nanocrystals The We can regulate the surface morphology, the number of active atoms and the chemical composition of the nanocatalyst by nanocrystalline control, and use the surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy and electrocatalysis to explore the reaction mechanism of the catalyst surface. For the catalytic reaction Each reaction step is regulated to optimize the catalytic activity and selectivity. The successful implementation of this project not only produces new innovations in the original innovation in theory and experiment, but also can obtain new nano-catalytic materials with independent intellectual property rights and is expected to be used for commercial purposes. More... »

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