Synthesis of Nickel Nanoparticles Supported on Carbon Using a Filter Paper as Biomorphic Pattern for Application in Catalysis
Galetti, Agustin Esteban, Barroso, Mariana Noelia, Monzón, Antonio, Abello, María Cristina
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Nickel catalysts supported over an amorphous carbon were obtained by a one-step synthesis method based on the mineralization of cellulosic paper impregnated with a salt of nickel. The effect of the mineralization temperature on material characteristics was studied. The characterization of samples revealed the formation of nickel nanoparticles well dispersed on the carbonaceous matrix with an average diameter near to 5 nm. The samples showed high surface areas and they retained the original fibrous paper morphology.
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