Supraparticles on beads for supported catalytically active liquid metal solutions - the SCALMS suprabead concept

Zimmermann T, Madubuko N, Groppe P, Raczka T, Dünninger N, Taccardi N, Carl S, Apeleo Zubiri B, Spiecker E, Wasserscheid P, Mandel K, Haumann M, Wintzheimer S (2023)


Publication Type: Journal article

Publication year: 2023

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DOI: 10.1039/d3mh01020a

Abstract

A novel GaPt-based supported catalytically active liquid metal solution (SCALMS) material is developed by exploiting the suprabead concept: Supraparticles, i.e. micrometer-sized particles composed of nanoparticles assembled by spray-drying, are bonded to millimeter-sized beads. The suprabeads combine macroscale size with catalytic properties of nanoscale GaPt particles entrapped in their silica framework.

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APA:

Zimmermann, T., Madubuko, N., Groppe, P., Raczka, T., Dünninger, N., Taccardi, N.,... Wintzheimer, S. (2023). Supraparticles on beads for supported catalytically active liquid metal solutions - the SCALMS suprabead concept. Materials Horizons. https://dx.doi.org/10.1039/d3mh01020a

MLA:

Zimmermann, Thomas, et al. "Supraparticles on beads for supported catalytically active liquid metal solutions - the SCALMS suprabead concept." Materials Horizons (2023).

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