Time-dependent, protein-directed growth of gold nanoparticles within a single crystal of lysozyme.
It is shown that intact single crystals of lysozyme can be used to study the time-dependent, protein-directed growth of gold nanoparticles, allowing detailed kinetic studies to be carried out, and permit a three-dimensional structural characterization that would be difficult to achieve in solution.
Complete Oxidation of Methane on Co3O4/CeO2 Nanocomposite: A Synergic Effect
High-throughput, semi-automated quantitative STEM mass measurement of supported metal nanoparticles using a conventional TEM/STEM.
Silver cluster formation, dynamics, and chemistry in metal-organic frameworks.
- R. J. Houk, B. Jacobs, M. Allendorf
- Materials Science, ChemistryNano letters (Print)
- 16 September 2009
It is shown conclusively that very rapid TEM-induced MOF degradation leads to agglomeration and stable, easily imaged particles, explaining prior reports of particles larger than MOF pores.
Atomically Precise Gold Nanoclusters Accelerate Hydrogen Evolution over MoS2 Nanosheets: The Dual Interfacial Effect.
This work highlights the promise of metal nanoclusters in boosting the HER performance via tailoring the interfacial electronic interactions between gold nanocluster and MoS2 nanosheets, as well as the interface between metal core and surface ligands.
Transition of surface phase of cobalt oxide during CO oxidation.
This study demonstrates the transition of the active surface phase of a transition metal oxide-based catalyst under catalytic conditions with no change in the bulk phase of the catalyst.
Evaluating the accuracy of common γ-Al2O3 structure models by selected area electron diffraction from high-quality crystalline γ-Al2O3
Characterization of the dehydrogenation process of LiBH4 confined in nanoporous carbon
Annealing in the transmission electron microscope allows direct comparison of the same nanoporous carbon scaffold particles following dehydrogenation of the confined LiBH4. At a nominal temperature…
Electron tomography of dislocation structures
Gold Nanoclusters Promote Electrocatalytic Water Oxidation at the Nanocluster/CoSe2 Interface.
A strategy for OER enhancement is reported by utilizing gold nanoclusters to form cluster/CoSe2 composites; the latter exhibit largely enhanced OER activity in alkaline solutions.