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|Title:||Preparation of nanocomposites of metals, metal oxides, and carbon nanotubes via self-assembly|
|Source:||Li, J., Tang, S., Lu, L., Hua, C.Z. (2007-08-01). Preparation of nanocomposites of metals, metal oxides, and carbon nanotubes via self-assembly. Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (30) : 9401-9409. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1021/ja071122v|
|Abstract:||Carbon nanotubes (CNTs)-based composites have attracted significant research interest in recent years, owing to their important applications in various technological fields. In this investigation, we describe a general approach to make CNTs-based nanocomposites via self-assembly. The method allows one to prepare binary composites as well as complex systems such as ternary or even quaternary composites where nanoparticles of active phases (e.g., metals and metal oxides) are used as primary building blocks. Six different kinds of binary, ternary, and quaternary nanocomposites, TiO2/CNTs, CO 3O4/CNTs, Au/CNTs, Au/TiO2/CNTs, TiO 2/Co3O4/CNTs, and CO/CoO/CO3O 4/CNTS, have been reported herein in order to draw common features for various assembly schemes. To understand the interconnectivity between the active phases and CNTs, we have devised a range of experiments and examined the resultant samples with many instrumental techniques. On the basis of this work, we demonstrate that highly complex inorganic-organic nanohybrids with good controls in particle shape, size, and distribution can be fabricated from presynthesized nanobuilding units. Concerning their workability, we further show that self-assembled TiO2/CNTs are sufficiently robust and the electrochemical performance of TiO2 is significantly enhanced when it is used as a cathode material in Li-battery application. © 2007 American Chemical Society.|
|Source Title:||Journal of the American Chemical Society|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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