Adrianus Jacobus van Dillen

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Carbon nanofibres of the fishbone and parallel types were surface-oxidised by several methods. The untreated and oxidised fibres were studied with infrared spectroscopy, thermogravimetric analysis and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). Oxidation in a mixture of concentrated nitric and sulfuric acids proved to be the most effective method for creating(More)
The immobilisation of the rhodium/anthranilic acid complex onto fishbone carbon nanofibres (CNFs) was executed by means of the following steps: 1) surface oxidation of the fibres, 2) conversion of the oxygen-containing surface groups into acid chloride groups, 3) attachment of anthranilic acid and 4) complexation of rhodium by the attached anthranilic acid.(More)
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