Conclusions By surfactant free hydrothermal synthesis, CuO nano-particles with particle size below 30nm are obtained. Products obtained from the CO2 hydrogenation reaction in the presence of these catalyts were methanol, ethanol, methyl formate and methane.
Nam, Youn S. Copper oxide is used in consumer products such as pillowcases and socks due to its cosmetic and antimicrobial properties . To this stock solution, NaOH. Thomas D.
Nishant Verma, Nikhil Kumar. Langmuir , 27 14 , Our study indicates that the morphology of various Y-shaped carbon fibers can be controlled by tailoring the configuration of the copper catalyst particles used to generate them. Figure 2. The EDS analysis carried out on the sample is depicted in figure 6, in which characteristic peaks corresponding to Cu and oxygen are seen and there is no traces of precursors, which shows the purity of the CuO nano-particles formed.
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References  Y Chang, H. Anand Kumar. Experimental Details CuO nano-particles are prepared using copper sulphate and sodium hydroxide as reactants. Yanfei Wang and Tewodros Asefa. The performance of the synthesized catalysts in a CO2 hydrogenation reaction was evaluated in a fixed-bed reactor at K, Copper oxide, an important p-type semiconductor with the band gap in the range of 1.
The scanning electron microscope picture of the synthesized sample is shown in figure 5. Anand Kumar. At the condition of silver concentration of 0. XRD patterns indicate that the powder consists of only the Cu and Ag phases without other intermediate phases. Yanfei Wang and Tewodros Asefa. The vibration peak cm-1 indicates the presence of hydroxide group in the sample.
Figure 1. Experimental Details CuO nano-particles are prepared using copper sulphate and sodium hydroxide as reactants. Chemical Reviews , 6 , Langmuir , 26 10 ,
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Stephanie I. Copper oxide, an important p-type semiconductor with the band gap in the range of 1. Figure 1.