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MXenes induce epitaxial growth of size-controlled noble nanometals:A case study for surface enhanced Raman scattering(SERS)
Alternative TitleMXenes induce epitaxial growth of size-controlled noble nanometals: A case study for surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS)
Renfei Cheng1; Tao Hu1; Minmin Hu1; Changji Li1; Yan Liang1; Zuohua Wang4; Hui Zhang5; Muchan Li6; Hailong Wang7; Hongxia Lu7; Yunyi Fu6; Hongwang Zhang4; QuanHong Yang8; Xiaohui Wang1
2020
Source Publication材料科学技术:英文版
ISSN1005-0302
Volume000Issue:005Pages:119-127
AbstractNoble nanometals are of significance in both scientific interest and technological applications,which are usually obtained by conventional wet-chemical synthesis.Organic surfactants are always used in the synthesis to prevent unexpected overgrowth and aggregation of noble nanometals.However,the surfactants are hard to remove and may interfere with plasmonic and catalytic studies,remaining surfactant-free synthesis of noble nanometals a challenge.Herein,we report an approach to epitaxial growth of sizecontrolled noble nanometals on MXenes.As piloted by density functional theory calculations,along with work function experimental determination,kinetic and spectroscopic studies,epitaxial growth of noble nanometals is initiated via a mechanism that involves an in situ redox reaction.In the redox,MXenes as two-dimensional solid reductants whose work functions are compatible with the reduction potentials of noble metal cations,enable spontaneous donation of electrons from the MXenes to noble metal cations and reduce the cations into nanoscale metallic metals on the outmost surface of MXenes.Neither surfactants nor external reductants are used during the whole synthesis process,which addresses a long-standing interference issue of surfactant and external reductant in the conventional wet-chemical synthesis.Moreover,the MXenes induced noble nanometals are size-controlled.Impressively,noble nanometals firmly anchored on MXenes exhibit excellent performance towards surface enhanced Raman scattering.Our developed strategy will promote the nanostructure-controlled synthesis of noble nanometals,offering new opportunities to further improve advanced functional properties towards practical applications.
KeywordTwo-dimensional materials MXene In situ redox Noble metal SERS
Indexed ByCSCD
Language中文
Funding Project[National Natural Science Foundation of China] ; [Shenyang National Laboratory for Materials Science, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)] ; [Youth Innovation Promotion Association, CAS] ; [Special Program for Applied Research on Super Computation of the NSFC-Guangdong Joint Fund (the second phase)]
CSCD IDCSCD:6664541
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Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/147905
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
Affiliation1.中国科学院金属研究所
2.School of Materials Science and Engineering,University of Science and Technology of China
3.中国科学院大学
4.National Engineering Research Center for Equipment and Technology of Cold Strip Rolling,College of Mechanical Engineering,Yanshan University
5.Department of Materials Science and Engineering,Monash University,Clayton,Australia
6.Institute of Microelectronics,Key Laboratory of Microelectronic Devices and Circuits,Peking University
7.School of Materials Science and Engineering,Zhengzhou University
8.School of Chemical Engineering&Technology,Tianjin University
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Renfei Cheng,Tao Hu,Minmin Hu,et al. MXenes induce epitaxial growth of size-controlled noble nanometals:A case study for surface enhanced Raman scattering(SERS)[J]. 材料科学技术:英文版,2020,000(005):119-127.
APA Renfei Cheng.,Tao Hu.,Minmin Hu.,Changji Li.,Yan Liang.,...&Xiaohui Wang.(2020).MXenes induce epitaxial growth of size-controlled noble nanometals:A case study for surface enhanced Raman scattering(SERS).材料科学技术:英文版,000(005),119-127.
MLA Renfei Cheng,et al."MXenes induce epitaxial growth of size-controlled noble nanometals:A case study for surface enhanced Raman scattering(SERS)".材料科学技术:英文版 000.005(2020):119-127.
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