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Supported gold nanoparticles have excited much interest owing to their unusual and somewhat unexpected catalytic properties, but the origin of the catalytic activity is still not fully understood.… (More)
A modified polyol-based reduction method in ethylene glycol that incorporates poly(N-vinylpyrrolidone) (PVP, M(av) = 10,000; 40,000; 55,000) as polymeric anti-agglomerant alongside a reducing… (More)
We report a direct salt-conversion approach for large-scale synthesis of carbon-encapsulated magnetic Fe and Fe3C nanoparticles.
Exceptionally long C60 nanowires, with a length to width aspect ratio as large as 3000, are grown from a 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene solution of C60. They have been formed to possess a highly unusual… (More)
We herein report and discuss electron transport within a Au/H2S nanoscale device and thereby highlight a phenomenon that may be used in the development of a novel on-chip H2S sensor.
By constraining tethered asymmetric organometallic catalysts within the nanopores of silica supports so as to increase the interaction between the pore wall and the active center (and hence to… (More)
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and nanofibres (CNFs) are grown on bulk-micromachined silicon surfaces by thermal and plasma-enhanced chemical vapour deposition (PECVD), with catalyst deposition by electron… (More)
A major aim for the chemical technology of the future is the avoidance of noxious and environmentally unacceptable organic solvents. In this concept article we discuss more environmentally friendly… (More)
The clusters Ru(3)(CO)(10)L(2), where L = PMe(2)Ph or PPh(3), are shown by NMR spectroscopy to exist in solution in at least three isomeric forms, one with both phosphines in the equatorial plane on… (More)