Microscope Analysis of Au–Pd/TiO2 Glycerol Oxidation Catalysts Prepared by Deposition–Precipitation Method
- 495 Downloads
Gold–palladium bimetallic nanoparticle catalysts prepared by a deposition–precipitation method were effective for aerobic oxidation of glycerol to carboxylic acids. The role of palladium was to suppress C–C bond cleavage that is responsible for the formation of C2 by-product molecules. The nanoparticles were observed by microscope techniques, which further enabled characterizing the respective locations of Au and Pd within the particles.
KeywordsNanoparticle catalyst Glycerol oxidation High-resolution EDS analysis
A part of this work was supported by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) KAKENHI Grant Number 25340130 and by the International Research Group ‘ECSAW’ (Environmental Catalysis for Sustaining Clean Air and Water) between CNRS and AIST.
- 2.Haruta M, Kobayashi T, Sano H, Yamada N (1987) ChemLett 16(2):405–408Google Scholar
- 3.Web site of Haruta Gold Inc. http://www.haruta-gold.com/en/products/
- 8.Pagliaro M, Rossi M (2010) In: The future of glycerol 2nd edn, RSC Green Chemistry Book Series. University of York, YorkGoogle Scholar