NewsUnique Christmas-tree-shaped palladium nanostructures for
ascorbic acid oxidation

24th June 2021by admin0
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Nanostructured metal surface has novel physical and
chemical properties, which have sparked scientific interest for
heterogeneous catalysis, biosensors, and electrocatalysis. The
fabrication process can influence the shapes and sizes of metal
nanostructures. Among various fabrication processes, the
electrochemical deposition technique is widely used for clean metal
nanostructures. Applying the technique, a team of researchers led
by Dr. Yuki Nagao, Associate Professor at Japan Advanced Institute
of Science and Technology (JAIST) and Md. Mahmudul Hasan, a Ph.D.
student at JAIST, succeeded to construct Pd-based catalysts having
unique morphology.

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