The role of pore size and structure on the thermal stability of gold nanoparticles within mesoporous silica

  • Bore M
  • Pham H
  • Switzer E
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Abstract

Highly dispersed gold particles (

Author-supplied keywords

  • CATALYSTS
  • CO
  • CO oxidation
  • CO-oxidation
  • COMBINATION
  • GOLD
  • GOLD NANOPARTICLE
  • GOLD NANOPARTICLES
  • GOLD PARTICLES
  • H-2
  • HIGH-RESOLUTION
  • HYDROTHERMAL STABILITY
  • MCM-41
  • MESOPOROUS SILICA
  • NM
  • OXIDATION
  • PARTICLE
  • PARTICLE-SIZE
  • PORE
  • PORE SIZES
  • PORE STRUCTURE
  • PORE STRUCTURES
  • PORE-SIZE
  • PORES
  • SEM
  • SILICA
  • SIZE
  • SIZE DISTRIBUTION
  • SIZES
  • STABILITIES
  • STRENGTH
  • SURFACE
  • TEMPERATURE
  • TEMPERATURES
  • THERMAL-STABILITY
  • THICKNESS
  • TIO2
  • WALL
  • catalyst
  • distribution
  • mesoporous
  • nanoparticle
  • nanoparticles
  • particle size
  • particle size distribution
  • particles
  • pore size
  • sintering
  • stability
  • structure
  • thermal stability
  • thermal stability of

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Authors

  • M T Bore

  • H N Pham

  • E E Switzer

  • T L Ward

  • A Fukuoka

  • A K Datye

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