Ultrafast growth of highly branched palladium nanostructures for catalysis.

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Palladium is widely used as a catalyst in pharmaceutical and chemical syntheses as well as in the reduction of harmful exhaust emissions. Therefore, the development of high performance palladium catalysts is an area of major concern. In this paper, we present the synthesis of highly branched palladium nanostructures in a simple solution phase reaction at… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/nn901277k

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@article{Watt2010UltrafastGO, title={Ultrafast growth of highly branched palladium nanostructures for catalysis.}, author={John Watt and Soshan Cheong and Michael F Toney and Bridget Ingham and J. Anthony Cookson and Peter Bishop and Richard D Tilley}, journal={ACS nano}, year={2010}, volume={4 1}, pages={396-402} }