Single Nanoparticle to 3D Supercage: Framing for an Artificial Enzyme System.

@article{Cai2015SingleNT,
  title={Single Nanoparticle to 3D Supercage: Framing for an Artificial Enzyme System.},
  author={Ren Cai and Dan Yang and Shengjie Peng and Xigao Chen and Yun Huang and Yuan Liu and Weijia Hou and Shengyuan Yang and Zhenbao Liu and Weihong Tan},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={137 43},
  pages={13957-63}
}
A facile strategy has been developed to fabricate Cu(OH)2 supercages (SCs) as an artificial enzyme system with intrinsic peroxidase-mimic activities (PMA). SCs with high catalytic activity and excellent recyclability were generated via direct conversion of amorphous Cu(OH)2 nanoparticles (NPs) at room temperature. More specifically, the process that takes a single nanoparticle to a 3D supercage involves two basic steps. First, with addition of a copper-ammonia complex, the Cu(2+) ions that are… CONTINUE READING

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