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Title: Ni-based bimetallic heterogeneous catalysts for energy and environmental applications
Authors: De, S 
Zhang, J 
Luque, R
Yan, N 
Keywords: Catalysis
Catalytic reforming
Polymer blends
Surface properties
Bimetallic catalysts
Catalytic reactions
Controlled morphology
Electrochemical process
Environmental applications
Environmental remediation
Heterogeneous catalyst
Materials chemistry
chemical analysis
chemical reaction
electrochemical method
environmental conditions
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: De, S, Zhang, J, Luque, R, Yan, N (2016). Ni-based bimetallic heterogeneous catalysts for energy and environmental applications. Energy and Environmental Science 9 (11) : 3314-3347. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Rights: Attribution 4.0 International
Abstract: Bimetallic catalysts have attracted extensive attention for a wide range of applications in energy production and environmental remediation due to their tunable chemical/physical properties. These properties are mainly governed by a number of parameters such as compositions of the bimetallic systems, their preparation method, and their morphostructure. In this regard, numerous efforts have been made to develop "designer" bimetallic catalysts with specific nanostructures and surface properties as a result of recent advances in the area of materials chemistry. The present review highlights a detailed overview of the development of nickel-based bimetallic catalysts for energy and environmental applications. Starting from a materials science perspective in order to obtain controlled morphologies and surface properties, with a focus on the fundamental understanding of these bimetallic systems to make a correlation with their catalytic behaviors, a detailed account is provided on the utilization of these systems in the catalytic reactions related to energy production and environmental remediation. We include the entire library of nickel-based bimetallic catalysts for both chemical and electrochemical processes such as catalytic reforming, dehydrogenation, hydrogenation, electrocatalysis and many other reactions. © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2016.
Source Title: Energy and Environmental Science
ISSN: 17545692
DOI: 10.1039/c6ee02002j
Rights: Attribution 4.0 International
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