Tailoring metal-oxide interfaces of inverse catalysts of TiO2/nanoporous-Au under hydrogen oxidation.

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Engineering metal-oxide interfaces in TiO2/nanoporous (np) Au inverse catalysts results in enhancement of H2 oxidation activity. While the intrinsic activity of the novel np-Au prepared from a Au-Si alloy is low, the activity increased as the weight fraction of the TTIP (amount of TiO2) was increased to 0.5 weight%. We correlate the change in activity with… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c5cc02832a

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@article{Qadir2015TailoringMI, title={Tailoring metal-oxide interfaces of inverse catalysts of TiO2/nanoporous-Au under hydrogen oxidation.}, author={Kamran Qadir and Bui Thi Phuong Quynh and Hyosun Lee and Song Yi Moon and Sang Hoon Kim and Jeong Young Park}, journal={Chemical communications}, year={2015}, volume={51 47}, pages={9620-3} }