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Title: MULTICOMPOSITIONAL MOF AND MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLE-DERIVED HYBRID MATERIALS FOR FUNCTIONAL APPLICATIONS IN CATALYSIS AND BATTERY ANODE MATERIAL
Authors: CHEW KIA JIA BENNY
Keywords: MOF, NANOPARTICLE, MAGNETIC, CATALYSIS, BATTERY, ANODE
Issue Date: 11-Jan-2017
Source: CHEW KIA JIA BENNY (2017-01-11). MULTICOMPOSITIONAL MOF AND MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLE-DERIVED HYBRID MATERIALS FOR FUNCTIONAL APPLICATIONS IN CATALYSIS AND BATTERY ANODE MATERIAL. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The precise and controlled preparation of multicompositional MOF and magnetic nanoparticle-derived hybrid nanocomposite materials in the areas of catalysis and energy storage has been undertaken. Here, we describe the design and synthesis of a new host-guest catch-release catalytic magnetic nanoparticle-derived nanocomposite system with notable advantages in green chemical synthesis. In addition, a MOF nanocomposite system has also been developed that is shown to be able to undertake two reactions sequentially in one-pot. Transportation of mass, charge and energy are vital in materials employed for energy devices. Such complexity is hard to meet by single component materials. As such, we report a facile and scalable process to generate a highly porous hybrid carbon nanocomposite fibrous material by employing electrospun fibers as template. Such hybrid carbon nanofibrous architecture provides sufficient accessibility of active sites as well as smooth and bicontinuous pathways for mass and charge transportation.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/136501
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