High temperature stability of platinum nanoparticles on few-layer graphene investigated by In Situ high resolution transmission electron microscopy
Graphene, platinium, nanoparticles diffusion, catalysis, TEM annealing
ABSTRACT Heterogeneous catalytic reactions involve the use of highly dispersed active phases such as metal, metal oxide, or metal sulphide nanoparticles on thermally stable supports. Fluctuations of the reaction temperature during the reactions can induce sintering of the particles. The stability of such small particles represents a crucial parameter in the development of new families of catalysts with high activity in many fields. Here we report the stability of platinum nanoparticles (2–3 nm) on a few-layer graphene (FLG) surface as studied by in situ high temperature transmission electron microscopy.
Tsinghua University Press
Izabela Janowska,Maria-Simona Moldovan,Ovidiu Ersen,Hervé Bulou,Kambiz Chizari,Marc J. Ledoux,Cuong Pham-Huu, High temperature stability of platinum nanoparticles on few-layer graphene investigated by In Situ high resolution transmission electron microscopy. NanoRes.2011, 4(5): 511–521