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    Title: Temperature-dependent structuring of Au-Pt bimetallic nanoclusters on a thin film of Al(2)O(3)/NiAl(100)
    Authors: Luo,MF;Wang,CC;Chao,CS;Ho,CY;Wang,CT;Lin,WR;Lin,YC;Lai,YL;Hsu,YJ
    Contributors: 物理學系
    Keywords: SCANNING-TUNNELING-MICROSCOPY;METHANOL OXIDATION REACTION;PHOTOELECTRON-SPECTROSCOPY;GOLD CATALYSTS;SUPPORTED GOLD;OXIDE-FILMS;NANOPARTICLES;GROWTH;CLUSTERS;AL2O3
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2012-06-11 10:53:03 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: Au-Pt bimetallic nanoclusters on a thin film of Al(2)O(3)/NiAl(100) undergo significant structural evolution on variation of the temperature. Au and Pt deposited sequentially from the vapor onto thin-film Al(2)O(3)/NiAl(100) at 300 K form preferentially bimetallic nanoclusters (diameter <= 6.0 nm and height <= 0.8 nm) with both Au and Pt coexisting at the cluster surface, despite the order of metal deposition. These bimetallic clusters are structurally ordered, have a fcc phase and grow with their facets either (111) or (001) parallel to the theta-Al(2)O(3)(100) surface. Upon annealing the clusters to 400-500 K, the Au atoms inside the clusters migrate toward the surface, resulting in formation of a structure with a Pt core and an Au shell. Annealing the sample to 500-650 K reorients the bimetallic clusters-all clusters have their (001) facets parallel to the oxide surface-and induces oxidation of Pt. Such annealed bimetallic clusters become encapsulated with the aluminium-oxide materials and a few Au remain on the surface.
    Relation: PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS
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