How Recyclability can Reduce Induction Period of Gold Nanocatalysts

  title={How Recyclability can Reduce Induction Period of Gold Nanocatalysts},
  author={Sedigheh Ghadamgahi},
  journal={Journal of Nano Research},
  pages={1 - 6}
  • S. Ghadamgahi
  • Published 1 April 2019
  • Materials Science
  • Journal of Nano Research
The effect of recyclability on the catalytic activity of supported Au101(PPh3)21Cl5 nanoparticles (1.0 wt% Au101/AC) was investigated for benzyl alcohol oxidation under mild conditions. The influence of recyclability on the catalytic activity of activated Au101/AC nanocatalysts was studied trough a comparison of gold particle diameter and also catalysts conversion between the fresh (as synthesized) and recycled gold catalysts. The monitoring of gold particle diameters by transmission electron… 
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