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Approaches to single-nanoparticle catalysis

Nanoparticles are among the most important industrial catalysts, with applications ranging from chemical manufacturing to energy conversion and storage. Heterogeneity is a general feature among these nanoparticles, with their individual differences in size, shape, and surface sites leading to variab... Full description

Journal Title: Annual review of physical chemistry 2014, Vol.65 (1), p.395-422
Main Author: Sambur, Justin B
Other Authors: Chen, Peng
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Publisher: United States: Annual Reviews, Inc
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  • Electrochemical Techniques - methods
  • Electrochemistry
  • Electron Probe Microanalysis - instrumentation
  • Electron Probe Microanalysis - methods
  • Equipment Design
  • Fluorescence
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  • Microscopy, Fluorescence - methods
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  • Nanoparticles - ultrastructure
  • Nanotechnology - instrumentation
  • Nanotechnology - methods
  • Optical Imaging - instrumentation
  • Optical Imaging - methods
  • Raman spectroscopy
  • Research
  • Spectrum Analysis, Raman - instrumentation
  • Spectrum Analysis, Raman - methods
  • Surface Plasmon Resonance
  • Usage
  • X-ray microscopy
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description: Nanoparticles are among the most important industrial catalysts, with applications ranging from chemical manufacturing to energy conversion and storage. Heterogeneity is a general feature among these nanoparticles, with their individual differences in size, shape, and surface sites leading to variable, particle-specific catalytic activity. Assessing the activity of individual nanoparticles, preferably with subparticle resolution, is thus desired and vital to the development of efficient catalysts. It is challenging to measure the activity of single-nanoparticle catalysts, however. Several experimental approaches have been developed to monitor catalysis on single nanoparticles, including electrochemical methods, single-molecule fluorescence microscopy, surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy, X-ray microscopy, and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy. This review focuses on these experimental approaches, the associated methods and strategies, and selected applications in studying single-nanoparticle catalysis with chemical selectivity, sensitivity, or subparticle spatial resolution.
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abstractNanoparticles are among the most important industrial catalysts, with applications ranging from chemical manufacturing to energy conversion and storage. Heterogeneity is a general feature among these nanoparticles, with their individual differences in size, shape, and surface sites leading to variable, particle-specific catalytic activity. Assessing the activity of individual nanoparticles, preferably with subparticle resolution, is thus desired and vital to the development of efficient catalysts. It is challenging to measure the activity of single-nanoparticle catalysts, however. Several experimental approaches have been developed to monitor catalysis on single nanoparticles, including electrochemical methods, single-molecule fluorescence microscopy, surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy, X-ray microscopy, and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy. This review focuses on these experimental approaches, the associated methods and strategies, and selected applications in studying single-nanoparticle catalysis with chemical selectivity, sensitivity, or subparticle spatial resolution.
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