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A solvent-switched in situ confinement approach for immobilizing highly-active ultrafine palladium nanoparticles: boosting catalytic hydrogen evolution

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Abstract

A facile and effective solvent-switched in situ confinement approach (SSISCA) has been developed to immobilize ultrafine and clean Pd NPs of ∼1.75 nm into a nanoporous carbon support. The Pd NPs in situ confined within the carbon nanopores possess high catalytic activity and selectivity for hydrogen evolution from formic acid with a record-high TOF of 9110 h−1 at 60 °C.

Graphical abstract: A solvent-switched in situ confinement approach for immobilizing highly-active ultrafine palladium nanoparticles: boosting catalytic hydrogen evolution

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Submitted
01 Feb 2018
Accepted
08 Mar 2018
First published
08 Mar 2018

J. Mater. Chem. A, 2018,6, 5544-5549
Article type
Communication

A solvent-switched in situ confinement approach for immobilizing highly-active ultrafine palladium nanoparticles: boosting catalytic hydrogen evolution

Q. Zhu, F. Song, Q. Wang, N. Tsumori, Y. Himeda, T. Autrey and Q. Xu, J. Mater. Chem. A, 2018, 6, 5544
DOI: 10.1039/C8TA01093E

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