Chemical Design of Palladium-Based Nanoarchitectures for Catalytic Applications

Muhammad Iqbal, Yusuf Valentino Kaneti, Jeonghun Kim, Brian Yuliarto, Yong Mook Kang, Yoshio Bando, Yoshiyuki Sugahara, Yusuke Yamauchi

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    Abstract

    Palladium (Pd) plays an important role in numerous catalytic reactions, such as methanol and ethanol oxidation, oxygen reduction, hydrogenation, coupling reactions, and carbon monoxide oxidation. Creating Pd-based nanoarchitectures with increased active surface sites, higher density of low-coordinated atoms, and maximized surface coverage for the reactants is important. To address the limitations of pure Pd, various Pd-based nanoarchitectures, including alloys, intermetallics, and supported Pd nanomaterials, have been fabricated by combining Pd with other elements with similar or higher catalytic activity for many catalytic reactions. Herein, recent advances in the preparation of Pd-based nanoarchitectures through solution-phase chemical reduction and electrochemical deposition methods are summarized. Finally, the trend and future outlook in the development of Pd nanocatalysts toward practical catalytic applications are discussed.

    Original languageEnglish
    Article number1804378
    JournalSmall
    DOIs
    Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2019 Jan 1

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    Palladium
    Oxidation
    Hydrogenation
    Nanostructures
    Carbon Monoxide
    Nanostructured materials
    Carbon monoxide
    Intermetallics
    Methanol
    Catalyst activity
    Catalytic Domain
    Ethanol
    Oxygen
    Atoms

    Keywords

    • alloys
    • catalysis
    • electrochemical deposition
    • intermetallic structures
    • palladium nanoarchitectures

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Biotechnology
    • Biomaterials
    • Chemistry(all)
    • Materials Science(all)

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    Iqbal, M., Kaneti, Y. V., Kim, J., Yuliarto, B., Kang, Y. M., Bando, Y., ... Yamauchi, Y. (Accepted/In press). Chemical Design of Palladium-Based Nanoarchitectures for Catalytic Applications. Small, [1804378]. https://doi.org/10.1002/smll.201804378

    Chemical Design of Palladium-Based Nanoarchitectures for Catalytic Applications. / Iqbal, Muhammad; Kaneti, Yusuf Valentino; Kim, Jeonghun; Yuliarto, Brian; Kang, Yong Mook; Bando, Yoshio; Sugahara, Yoshiyuki; Yamauchi, Yusuke.

    In: Small, 01.01.2019.

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    Iqbal M, Kaneti YV, Kim J, Yuliarto B, Kang YM, Bando Y et al. Chemical Design of Palladium-Based Nanoarchitectures for Catalytic Applications. Small. 2019 Jan 1. 1804378. https://doi.org/10.1002/smll.201804378
    Iqbal, Muhammad ; Kaneti, Yusuf Valentino ; Kim, Jeonghun ; Yuliarto, Brian ; Kang, Yong Mook ; Bando, Yoshio ; Sugahara, Yoshiyuki ; Yamauchi, Yusuke. / Chemical Design of Palladium-Based Nanoarchitectures for Catalytic Applications. In: Small. 2019.
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