⚡ Gold-based nanoparticles and nanoclusters have demonstrated significant potential in various electrocatalytic reactions due to their exceptional catalytic abilities. This review focuses on the recent advancements in synthesizing efficient electrocatalysts based on gold nanoparticles and nanoclusters, highlighting the relationship between their nanostructures and catalytic performance.
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🔬 Gold-based nanomaterials, including nanoparticles (NPs) and nanoclusters (NCs), show promise in electrocatalytic reactions.
🔬 Controlled synthesis and microstructure adjustments of Au-based NPs and NCs play a vital role in regulating their catalytic activity.
🔬 The review discusses parameters like composition, particle size, and architecture influencing the electrocatalytic performance of Au-based nanomaterials.
🔬 The latest electrocatalytic applications of Au-based NPs and NCs in various reactions are presented.
🔬 Challenges and opportunities for designing efficient Au-based NPs and NCs as electrocatalysts are highlighted.
📝 Gold-based nanoparticles and nanoclusters have gained attention for their remarkable electrocatalytic performance. Their controlled synthesis and microstructure adjustments are essential in tailoring their catalytic activity for different reactions. The review delves into the factors that influence their electrocatalytic performance, including their composition, particle size, and overall architecture. Furthermore, it showcases the latest applications of these materials in various electrocatalytic reactions, underscoring their potential in diverse areas. The review concludes by addressing the challenges and opportunities in designing gold-based nanoparticles and nanoclusters for enhanced electrocatalytic performance, offering insights for future research and development.
- Shayantan Chaudhuri, Andrew J. Logsdail, and Reinhard J. Maurer*
- Gold-based nanoparticles and nanoclusters show remarkable electrocatalytic potential.
- Controlled synthesis and microstructure adjustments play a key role in enhancing their catalytic activity.
- Parameters like composition, particle size, and architecture influence electrocatalytic performance.
- Latest applications of these materials in diverse electrocatalytic reactions are highlighted.
- Challenges and opportunities for designing efficient gold-based electrocatalysts are discussed.