Metal loading determines the stabilization pathway for Co2+ in titanate nanowires: Ion exchange vs. cluster formation

D. Madarász, G. Pótári, A. Sápi, L. Bugyi, C. Csudai, A. Oszkó, Á. Kukovecz, A. Erdóhelyi, Z. Kónya, J. Kiss

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Co nanoparticles were produced and characterized on protonated titanate nanowires. Co deposits were obtained after low-temperature decomposition of Co2(CO)8 on titanate nanostructures. The carbonylation was carried out by vapor-phase adsorption in a fluidized bed reactor and the decarbonylation processes were followed by FT-IR spectroscopy and microbalance combined with temperature programmed reaction mass spectrometry. The band gap of Co-decorated titanate nanostructures determined by UV-VIS diffuse reflectance spectroscopy decreased sharply from 3.14 eV to 2.41 eV with increasing Co content up to 2 wt%. The Co-decorated titanate morphology was characterized by high-resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM) and electron diffraction (ED). The chemical environment of Co deposition was studied by photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). A certain amount of cobalt underwent an ion exchange process. Higher cobalt loadings led to the formation of nanosized-dispersed particles complexed to oxygen vacancies. The average sizes were found to be mostly between 2 and 6 nm. This size distribution and the measured band gap could be favorable regimes for some important low-temperature thermal- and photo-induced catalytic reactions.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)15917-15925
Number of pages9
JournalPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Volume15
Issue number38
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 14 2013

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Metal loading determines the stabilization pathway for Co2+ in titanate nanowires : Ion exchange vs. cluster formation. / Madarász, D.; Pótári, G.; Sápi, A.; Bugyi, L.; Csudai, C.; Oszkó, A.; Kukovecz, Á.; Erdóhelyi, A.; Kónya, Z.; Kiss, J.

In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Vol. 15, No. 38, 14.10.2013, p. 15917-15925.

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