Characterization and reactivity of iron nanoparticles prepared with added Cu, Pd, and Ni.

@article{Chun2010CharacterizationAR,
  title={Characterization and reactivity of iron nanoparticles prepared with added Cu, Pd, and Ni.},
  author={Chan Lan Chun and Donald R Baer and Dean W Matson and James E. Amonette and R Lee Penn},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2010},
  volume={44 13},
  pages={5079-85}
}
The association of a secondary metal with iron particles affects redox reactivity in engineered remediation systems. However, the structural characteristics of the metal additives and mechanism responsible for changes in reactivity have not been fully elucidated. Here, we synthesized iron nanoparticles with Cu, Pd, and Ni content ranging from 0-2 mol % via a solution deposition process (SDP), hydrogen reduction process (HRP), or hydrogen reduction of ferrihydrite coprecipitated with the metal… CONTINUE READING
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