Unexpected solution phase formation of hollow PtSn alloy nanoparticles from Sn deposition on Pt dendritic structures

Taehyun Kwon, Jongsik Park, Hionsuck Baik, Seoin Back, Bartoz Błasiak, Minhaeng Cho, Yousung Jung, Kwangyeol Lee

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Abstract

Hollow nanoparticles with a high surface-to-volume ratio have found various applications in catalysis, sensors, and energy storage, and thus new synthetic routes to these structures are of great interest. One of the best-known synthetic routes to hollow nanostructures is the utilization of the Kirkendall effect, which, however, is not useful for systems with a slow diffusing-out core such as Pt and fast diffusing-in surface elements such as Sn. Herein, we report a counterintuitive formation of hollow PtSn nanostructures by reacting dendritic Pt nanostructures with Sn precursors.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)6019-6023
Number of pages5
JournalCrystEngComm
Volume18
Issue number32
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Unexpected solution phase formation of hollow PtSn alloy nanoparticles from Sn deposition on Pt dendritic structures. / Kwon, Taehyun; Park, Jongsik; Baik, Hionsuck; Back, Seoin; Błasiak, Bartoz; Cho, Minhaeng; Jung, Yousung; Lee, Kwangyeol.

In: CrystEngComm, Vol. 18, No. 32, 2016, p. 6019-6023.

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Kwon, Taehyun ; Park, Jongsik ; Baik, Hionsuck ; Back, Seoin ; Błasiak, Bartoz ; Cho, Minhaeng ; Jung, Yousung ; Lee, Kwangyeol. / Unexpected solution phase formation of hollow PtSn alloy nanoparticles from Sn deposition on Pt dendritic structures. In: CrystEngComm. 2016 ; Vol. 18, No. 32. pp. 6019-6023.
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