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ОбложкаMetal nanoclusters in catalysis and materials science: the issue of size control / ed. by Corain B., Schmid G., Toshima N. - 1st ed. - Amsterdam; Boston: Elsevier, 2008. - 458 p. - ISBN 978-0-444-53057-8
 

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Part I: General Aspects

1.  General Features of Metal Nanoparticles Physics and
    Chemistry
    Günter Schmid ............................................... 3

2.  Metal Nanoclusters: Synthesis and Strategies for their
    Size Control
    Helmut Bönnemann and Kyatanahalli S. Nagabhushana .......... 21

3.  Recent Progress in Bimetallic Nanoparticles: Their
    Preparation, Structures and Functions
    Naoki Toshima, Hu Yan, and Yukihide Shiraishi .............. 49

4.  Metal Nanoclusters: Electronic Aspects and
    Physico-Chemical Characterization
    László Guczi, Zoltán Pászti, and Gábor Pető ................ 77

5.  Applications of Metal Nanoclusters in Nanoelectronics
    Eva Koplin and Ulrich Simon ............................... 107

6.  Nanoscale Characterization of Metal Nanoclusters by
    Means of X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) and Transmission
    Electron Microscopy (TEM) Techniques
    Patrizia Canton, Pier Francesco Fazzini,
    Carlo Meneghini, Alvise Benedetti, and Giulio Pozzi ....... 129

7.  Platinum Nanoclusters' Size and Surface Structure
    Sensitivity of Catalytic Reactions
    Robert M. Rioux, Hyunjoon Song, Peidong Yang, and
    Gabor A. Somorjai ......................................... 149

8.  Metal Nanoclusters in Catalysis: Effects of Nanoparticle
    Size, Shape, and Structure
    F. Klasovsky and P. Claus ................................. 167

9.  Relevance of Metal Nanoclusters Size Control in Gold(0)
    Catalytic Chemistry
    Masatake Haruta ........................................... 183

10. Metal Nanoclusters Supported on Cross-Linked Functional
    Polymers: A Class of Emerging Metal Catalysts
    Marco Zecca, Paolo Centomo, and Benedetto Corain .......... 201

11. Digestive Ripening, or "Nanomachining," to Achieve
    Nanocrystal Size Control
    Kenneth J.  Klabunde, Christopher M. Sorensen,
    Savka I. Stoeva, Bagavatula  L. V. Prasad,
    Alexander B. Smetana, and Xiao-Min Lin .................... 233


Part II: Methodologies

12. Gold Nanoparticles: From Preparation to Catalytic
    Evaluation
    Michele Rossi, Cristina Delia Pina, Ermelinda Falletta,
    and Roberto Matarrese ..................................... 253

13. Photocatalytic Deposition and Plasmon-Induced
    Dissolution of Metal Nanoparticles on TiO2
    Tetsu Tatsuma and Kazuki Matsubara ........................ 263

14. Synthesis of Metal Nanoclusters upon Using Ion
    Implantation
    P. Mazzoldi and G. Mattei ................................. 269

15. Size Controlled Pd Nanoparticles Anchored to Carbon
    Fiber Fabrics: Novel Structured Catalyst Effective for
    Selective Hydrogenation
    Lioubov Kiwi-Minsker, Natalia Semagina, and
    Albert Renken ............................................. 293

16. Synthesis of Morphologically Controlled Pt Nanoparticles
    and Their Application in Catalytic Reactions
    Akane Miyazaki and Ioan Balint ............................ 301

17. Multipods and Dendritic Nanoparticles of Platinum:
    Colloidal Synthesis and Electrocatalytic Property
    Hong Yang, Xiaowei Teng, and Sean Maksimuk ................ 307

18. Spreader-Bar Structures as Molecular Templates for
    Electrochemical Synthesis of Nanoparticles
    Vladimir M. Mirsky ........................................ 321

19. Solvent and Simple Ion-Stabilized Metal Nanoclusters:
    Chemical Synthesis and Application
    Yuan Wang and Xiaodong Wang ............................... 327

20. Microgels as Exotemplates in the Synthesis of Size
    Controlled Metal Nanoclusters
    Andrea Biffis ............................................. 341

21. Magnetron Sputtering to Prepare Supported Metal Catalysts
    Gabriel M. Veith, Andrew R. Lupini, and Nancy J. Dudney ... 347

22. Gold Colloidal Nanoparticles Sized to be Suitable
    Precursors for Heterogeneous Catalysts
    F. Porta and L. Prati ..................................... 355

23. Liquid Phase Structural Control of Mono- and Bimetallic
    Nanoparticles
    Toshiharu Teranishi, Masafumi Nakaya, and
    Masayuki Kanehara ......................................... 361

24. Solvent-Free Controlled Thermolysis for Facile
    Size-Regulated Synthesis of Metal and Alloy
    Nanoparticles
    Masami Nakamoto, Mari Yamamoto, and Yukiyasu Kashiwagi .... 367

25. Systematic Synthesis of Monolayer-Protected Gold
    Clusters with Well-Defined Chemical Compositions
    Tatsuya Tsukuda, Hironori Tsunoyama, and Yuich Negishi .... 373

26. Template Synthesis and Catalysis of Metal Nanoclusters
    in Ordered Mesoporous Silicas
    Paresh L. Dhepe and Atsushi Fukuoka ....................... 383

27. Liquid-Phase Reductive Deposition of Metal Nanoclusters
    Selective onto Oxide Surfaces
    Atsushi Muramatsu, Hideyuki Takahashi, and
    Katsutoshi Yamamoto ....................................... 391

28. Production of Metal Nanoparticles by Plants and
    Plant-Derived Materials
    Jorge L. Gardea-Torresdey, Jose R. Peralta-Videa,
    Jason G. Parsons, Ntebogeng S. Mokgalaka, and
    Guadalupe de la Rosa ...................................... 401

29. Gel-Type Cross-Linked Functional Polymers as Template in
    the Synthesis of Size Controlled Metal Nanoclusters
    B. Corain, P. Centomo, C. Burato, and P. Canton ........... 413

30. Size and Shape Selective Synthesis of Metal
    Nanoparticles by Seed-Mediated Method and the Catalytic
    Activity of Growing Microelectrodes (GME) and Fully
    Grown Microelectrodes (FGME)
    Tarasankar Pal and Snigdhamayee Praharaj .................. 419

31. Metal Nanoparticles Dispersed in Solution: Tests to
    Identify the Catalyst Nature
    Montserrat Gomez and lsabelle Favier ...................... 427

32. Metal Vapor-Derived Nanostructured Catalysts in Fine
    Chemistry: The Role Played by Particle Size in
    the Catalytic Activity and Selectivity
    Giovanni Vitulli, Claudio Evangehsti,
    Anna Maria Caporusso, Paolo Pertici, Nicoletta Panziera,
    Sergio Bertozzi, and Piero Salvadori ...................... 437

33. Wet Preparation of Metal Nanoparticles and Their
    Immobilization on Silicon Substrates
    Tetsu Yonezawa, Yoshinori Yamanoi, and
    Hiroshi Nishihara ......................................... 453


 
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