1999
DOI: 10.1002/(sici)1522-9505(19990701)268:1<52::aid-apmc52>3.3.co;2-b View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Palladium nanoparticles were reduced in the presence of several latex dispersions possessing different hydrophobicities. Various reduction methods were investigated, specifically the slower methods of refluxing the alcoholic solution and the more rapid reduction by potassium tetrahydridoborate. In several cases the latexes showed the ability to adsorb and immobilize the palladium nanoparticles on their surface. Transmission electron microscopy was employed to show the immobilization of the metal nanoparticles … Show more

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“…One stated that the deposition of PdNPs strongly depended on the surface nature of the support material. [24] The other reported that Pd could be immobilized through interactions between the p electrons of the benzene rings on the polystyrene chain, which is used as a polymer backbone, and the vacant Pd orbitals. [25] In addition, the shrinking of polystyrene in water owing to hydrophobic effects could prevent the PdNPs from leaching into the reaction medium and could prevent an increase in the size of the NPs.…”
Section: Preparation Of Linear-polystyrene-stabilized Pdo Nanoparticlmentioning
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“…One stated that the deposition of PdNPs strongly depended on the surface nature of the support material. [24] The other reported that Pd could be immobilized through interactions between the p electrons of the benzene rings on the polystyrene chain, which is used as a polymer backbone, and the vacant Pd orbitals. [25] In addition, the shrinking of polystyrene in water owing to hydrophobic effects could prevent the PdNPs from leaching into the reaction medium and could prevent an increase in the size of the NPs.…”
Section: Preparation Of Linear-polystyrene-stabilized Pdo Nanoparticlmentioning
“…The preparation of recyclable polymer‐supported PdNPs was informed by two reports. One stated that the deposition of PdNPs strongly depended on the surface nature of the support material . The other reported that Pd could be immobilized through interactions between the π electrons of the benzene rings on the polystyrene chain, which is used as a polymer backbone, and the vacant Pd orbitals .…”
Section: Linear‐polystyrene‐stabilized Metal Nanoparticlesmentioning
“…Polymer particles have high surface‐to‐volume ratio, functional groups at the surface, monodispersity, and simplicity of preparation and are suitable for the support of nanoparticles. The production of hybrid particles by incorporating nanoparticles into polymer particles has been a field of intense research . The hybrid particles are expected to be used as imaging and sensing materials and catalysts for organic synthesis .…”
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“…The production of hybrid particles by incorporating nanoparticles into polymer particles has been a field of intense research . The hybrid particles are expected to be used as imaging and sensing materials and catalysts for organic synthesis . Electroless plating of the hybrid particles forms the metallic nanoshell, resulting in the formation of polymer‐core metal‐shell nanoparticles .…”
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“…[1] Polymer particles decorated with metal nanoparticles (metal-nanoparticle/polymer hybrid particles) are utilized in sensing-and imagingmaterials [2,3] and catalyst. [4][5][6][7][8] It was reported that metal-nanoparticle/polymer hybrid particles can be obtained by immobilizing metal nanoparticles on the surface of polymer particles prepared by emulsion polymerization and be applicable to catalyst in water. [9,10] We have already reported the preparation of polymer particles decorated with metal nanoparticles by UV irradiation of polystyrene particles incorporating polymethylphenylsilane (PS/PMPS).…”
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