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Facile synthesis of mono-dispersive hierarchical nickel-based microspheres as potential catalysts

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Facile synthesis of mono-dispersive hierarchical nickel-based microspheres as potential catalysts
Abstract

Mono-dispersive hierarchical NiO and Ni/C microspheres were synthesized through a precursor method. The uniform coordination precursor microspheres were easily obtained by treating nickel acetate in methanol under solvothermal conditions. After the precursor was calcined in the air or nitrogen, two kinds of Ni-based nanostructures, NiO and Ni/C can be obtained, respectively. Both the Ni-based nanostructures are uniform mono-dispersive microspheres as the parent precursor and have hierarchical structures assembled by NiO and Ni nanoparticles. The hierarchical NiO and Ni/C microspheres were verified to have good catalytic activities for the propellant combustion of ammonium perchlorate.

Graphical abstractMonodisperse hierarchical NiO and Ni/C spheres were synthesized through a precursor, which was obtained by simply solvothermal-treating nickel acetate in methanol, and verified to have good catalytic abilities for the propellant combustion of ammonium perchlorate.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slideResearch Highlights► Monodispersive NiO and Ni/C spheres were synthesized through a precursor method. ► The method is very simple and controllable and only two chemicals are involved. ► NiO and Ni/C microspheres show good catalysis abilities for the AP decomposition.

Keywords
Hierarchical NiO microspheres; Ni/C nanostructures; Ammonium perchlorate combustion
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Catalysis Communications - Volume 12, Issue 11, 10 June 2011, Pages 1031–1036
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Catalysis
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