Atomically dispersed metal sites stabilized on a nitrogen doped carbon carrier via N2 glow-discharge plasma.

Embargo End Date
2021-07-15

Type
Article

Authors
Tang, Weijing
Li, Jing
Zheng, Jian
Chu, Wei
Wang, Ning

KAUST Department
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology

Date
2020

Submitted Date
2020-04-23

Abstract
A novel, facile and universal N2 plasma approach to form single atom metal sites (Pt, Pd, Ag, Cu, and Co) is proposed. Fast nucleation and slow growth of metal ions under low temperature plasma are the premise to form single atoms. These isolated metal atoms are subsequently trapped by in situ doped nitrogen. We provide a new route to expand the toolbox of single-atoms preparation.

Citation
Tang, W., Li, J., Zheng, J., Chu, W., & Wang, N. (2020). Atomically dispersed metal sites stabilized on a nitrogen doped carbon carrier via N2 glow-discharge plasma. Chemical Communications. doi:10.1039/d0cc02949a

Publisher
Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)

Journal
Chemical Communications

DOI
10.1039/d0cc02949a

PubMed ID
32661530

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