Fe(0) nanoparticles for nitrate reduction: stability, reactivity, and transformation.

@article{Sohn2006Fe0NF,
  title={Fe(0) nanoparticles for nitrate reduction: stability, reactivity, and transformation.},
  author={Kyounghee Sohn and Sung Wook Kang and Samyoung Ahn and Myungwu Woo and Seong-Koo Yang},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2006},
  volume={40 17},
  pages={5514-9}
}
The pyrophoric character of zerovalent iron nanoparticles and cumbersome handling of this material has been a drawback in practical applications, despite the expectation of an enhanced reactivity. We have been interested in how the iron nanoparticles can gain stability in air without significantly sacrificing reactivity. The freshly synthesized iron nanoparticles ignited spontaneously upon exposure to air. However, when exposed slowly to air, an approximately 5 nm coating of iron oxide was… CONTINUE READING

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