Interactions of Metallic Nanocrystals with Small Molecules View Full Text


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DATE

2014-11-01

AUTHORS

Ran Long , Yujie Xiong

ABSTRACT

Metallic nanocrystals have been widely used in heterogeneous catalysis and biomedical applications. The essence of these applications is more or less related to interactions of metallic nanocrystals with molecules such as O2, H2, and CO. This chapter summarizes the progress on the related research with a focus on fundamentals. Two typical small molecules, O2 and H2 are highlighted to demonstrate the mechanisms for metal–molecule interactions, followed by brief introduction to their applications. Notably, charge transfer process plays a central role in the interactions. Acquiring this information, one can rationally tune the performance of metal nanocrystals in catalysis and biomedicine by tailoring their parameters. More... »

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107-131

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-11304-3_4

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