Catalytic reduction of 4-nitrophenol over graphene supported Cu@Ni bimetallic nanowires

  title={Catalytic reduction of 4-nitrophenol over graphene supported Cu@Ni bimetallic nanowires},
  author={Zhiqiang Xu and Xianhua He and Ming-Li Liang and Lijuan Sun and Di Li and Kenan Xie and Li Liao},
  journal={Materials Chemistry and Physics},

Core-shell structured Co@CN nanocomposites as highly efficient dual function catalysts for reduction of toxic contaminants and hydrogen evolution reaction

The excellent synergistic effect between nitrogen-doped graphite C shell and magnetic Co core enables the Co@ CN nanocomposites catalysts to hold abundant active sites and to transmit rapidly electron ability, resulting in Co@CN Nanocomposite catalysts having high-efficient catalytic nature.

Sea-Island-Like Morphology of CuNi Bimetallic Nanoparticles Uniformly Anchored on Single Layer Graphene Oxide as a Highly Efficient and Noble-Metal-Free Catalyst for Cyanation of Aryl Halides

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An electrochemical sensor based on a glassy carbon electrode modified with optimized Cu–Fe3O4 nanocomposite for 4-nitrophenol detection

On the basis of toxicity and harmfulness of 4-nitrophenol (4-NP), it is vital to fabricate simple, cheap, selective, and reliable system for trace-level 4-NP sensing detection. In this work,

Synthesis of bimetallic nanoparticles loaded on to PNIPAM hybrid microgel and their catalytic activity

It is established that Cu/Pd hybrid is an efficient catalyst for 4-Nitrophenol and methylene blue as compared to its atomic analogue.

Templated synthesis of nickel nanoparticles embedded in a carbon layer within silica capsules.

It is found that the carbonization temperature plays a vital role in adjusting the size of the Ni NPs, and the encapsulation of Ni-Pd alloys within SiO2 nanocages also improves stability against agglomeration and metal separation during catalytic operation.



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Highly active PtAu alloy nanoparticle catalysts for the reduction of 4-nitrophenol.

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Ni/graphene Nanostructure and Its Electron-Enhanced Catalytic Action for Hydrogenation Reaction of Nitrophenol

Two-dimensional (2D) heterostructured Ni/graphene nanocomposites were constructed via electrostatic-induced spread by following in situ-reduction growth process for magnetically recyclable catalysis

A hybrid nanocomposite precursor route to synthesize dispersion-enhanced Ni catalysts for the selective hydrogenation of o-chloronitrobenzene

Highly-dispersed Ni nanoparticles over carbon nanotubes (CNTs) were successfully prepared from a hybrid nanocomposite of Ni–Al layered double hydroxide (NiAl-LDH) and poly acrylic acid (PAA)

Lattice-matched bimetallic CuPd-graphene nanocatalysts for facile conversion of biomass-derived polyols to chemicals.

A new strategy for synthesizing copper-based nanocatalysts on reduced graphene oxide support in which the catalytically active {111} facet is achieved as the dominant surface by lattice-match engineering is described.

Well-coupled graphene and Pd-based bimetallic nanocrystals nanocomposites for electrocatalytic oxygen reduction reaction.

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