Aerosol synthesis of phase-controlled iron-graphene nanohybrids through FeOOH nanorod intermediates.

@article{Lv2016AerosolSO,
  title={Aerosol synthesis of phase-controlled iron-graphene nanohybrids through FeOOH nanorod intermediates.},
  author={Xiaoshu Lv and Weidong Zhou and Zhongying Wang and Guangming Jiang and Yantao Chen and Xin Hua Xu and Robert H Hurt},
  journal={Environmental science. Nano},
  year={2016},
  volume={3 5},
  pages={1215-1221}
}
Iron-based nanoparticles form the basis for a host of sustainable alternative technologies based on this earth-abundant, low-toxicity element that can adopt a variety of oxidation states, crystal phases, and functions. Control of size, shape, and phase stability is a challenge for many nano-iron-based technologies, especially those involving Fe0 that is susceptible to oxidation under ambient conditions. This article presents a continuous method for hybridizing Fe-based nanoparticles with carbon… CONTINUE READING

From This Paper

Topics from this paper.
1 Citations
0 References
Similar Papers