Carbon-Supported Palladium–Gold Bimetallic Disperse Systems Formed in Aqueous Solutions at 110°С
Various palladium–carbon composites have been manufactured by autoclaving at 170°С to be used as precursors for manufacturing bimetallic particles. The morphology of the manufactured items was comprehensively studied by scanning electron microscopy; the ultrafine metal palladium was found to have particles sizes lying in the range 30–120 nm. The specifics of hydrothermal reduction of gold(III) chloro complexes by palladium–carbon composites at 110°С have been studied. An appreciable increase in gold(III) reduction rate was observed with the use of a palladium–carbon composite relative to the rate observed for ultrafine metallic palladium. Gold is reduced on a palladium–carbon composite to an individual metallic phase.
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