Plasma catalysis application of gold nanoparticles for acetaldehyde decomposition

Volume: 347, Pages: 913 - 922
Published: Sep 1, 2018
Abstract
The decomposition of acetaldehyde was investigated in a plasma-catalytic reactor. The gold-based catalysts were obtained by growing Au nanoparticles on silica beads or plates previously coated by a titanium oxo-alkoxy monolayer. The characterization of the synthesized catalysts was carried out by SEM, AFM and UV–Visible spectroscopy. Below an exposure time to UV of 20 min, a homogeneous surface coverage by the relatively small gold nanoparticle...
Paper Details
Title
Plasma catalysis application of gold nanoparticles for acetaldehyde decomposition
Published Date
Sep 1, 2018
Volume
347
Pages
913 - 922
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