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標題: Magnetic cobaltic nanoparticle-anchored carbon nanocomposite derived from cobalt-dipicolinic acid coordination polymer: An enhanced catalyst for environmental oxidative and reductive reactions
作者: Chang-Hsun Wu
Jyun-Ting Lin
Kun-Yi Andrew Lin
林坤儀
關鍵字: Cobalt
Dipicolinic acid
Carbon
Peroxymonosulfate
Nitrophenol
摘要: Direct carbonization of cobalt complexes represents as a convenient approach to prepare magnetic carbon/cobalt nanocomposites (MCCNs) as heterogeneous environmental catalysts. However, most of MCCNs derived from consist of sheet-like carbon matrices with very sparse cobaltic nanoparticles (NPs), making them exhibit relatively low catalytic activities, porosity and magnetism. In this study, dipicolinic acid (DPA) is selected to prepare a 3-dimensional cobalt coordination polymer (CoDPA). MCCN derived from CoDPA can consist of a porous carbon matrix embedded with highly-dense Co0 and Co3O4 NPs. This magnetic Co0/Co3O4 NP-anchored carbon composite (MCNC) appears as a promising heterogeneous catalyst for oxidative and reductive environmental catalytic reactions. As peroxymonosulfate (PMS) activation is selected as a model catalytic oxidative reaction, MCNC exhibits a much higher catalytic activity than Co3O4, a benchmark catalyst for PMS activation. The reductive catalytic activity of MCNC is demonstrated through 4-nitrophenol (4-NP) reduction in the presence of NaBH4. MCNC could rapidly react with NaBH4 to generate H2 for hydrogenation of 4-NP to 4-aminophenol (4-AP). In comparison with other precious metallic catalysts, MCNC also shows a relatively high catalytic activity. These results indicate that MCNC is a conveniently prepared and highly effective and stable carbon-supported cobaltic heterogeneous catalyst for versatile environmental catalytic applications.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/99185
文章連結: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0021979717314662
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