Preparation of Nano-Composited Catalyst from the Bulk Intermetallic Compound AuZr3 with Hydrogen Absorption View Full Text


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2010-10

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Naruki Endo, Satoshi Kameoka, An Pang Tsai, Toshiya Hirata, Chikashi Nishimura

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Calcination-induced catalytic activity of CO oxidation reaction (CO + 1/2O2 → CO2) for an intermetallic, AuZr3 and a hydride, AuZr3Hx (x = 4.8) has been studied. The catalytic activities for both samples were originated from the formation of nano-gold particles and nano-crystalline ZrO2, result by oxidation upon calcination. Oxidation of the AuZr3Hx occurred at lower temperature than the AuZr3, gave rise to the formation of more homogenous distribution and smaller sizes of nano-gold particles (~5 nm) on ZrO2, which were responsible for relatively high catalytic performance. This study provides the possibility of hydrogen absorption treatment being a beneficial process for obtaining nano-composite from intermetallic compounds for catalysts. Oxidation of the hydrogen absorbed AuZr3Hx (x = 4.8) occurred at much lower temperature than that of the AuZr3. The calcined AuZr3Hx exhibited more homogenous distribution of nano-gold particles with smaller sizes (~5 nm) on the ZrO2, which were responsible for relatively high performance of CO oxidation. More... »

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67-71

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