XAFS investigation of [Pd(NH3)4][AuCl4]2 and its thermolysis products View Full Text


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DATE

2010-03-19

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Tatiana Nedoseykina, Pavel Plyusnin, Yuri Shubin, Sergey Korenev

ABSTRACT

Thermolysis of double complex salt [Pd(NH3)4][AuCl4]2 has been studied in helium atmosphere from ambient to 350 °C. The XAFS of Pd K and Au L3 edges and thermogravimetry measurements have been carried out to characterize the intermediates and the final product. In the temperature range 115–160 °C the complex is decomposed to form Pd(NH3)2Cl2 and AuCl4−xNx species with x ranging from 2 to 3. Subsequent heating of the intermediate up to 300 °C leads to the total loss of NH3. The Au–Cl and Au–Au bonds form the local environment of Au at the stage of decomposition while only four chlorine atoms are around Pd. At the temperature of 330 °C the Au and Pd nanoparticles as well as residues of palladium chloride are detected. The final product consists of separated Au and Pd nanoparticles. More... »

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703-708

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