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Our Research Team Has Made New Progress in the Construction of Silver Nanocomposite

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Recently, the research team of Professor Wang Desong of the School of Science of our school has made new progress in the construction of silver nanocatalysts, and the related results have been published in Applied Catalysis B: Environmental (2021, 283, 119592, IF="16.68). The first author is Jiang Shuai, a 2017 master student in the Department of Chemistry, College of Science, and the corresponding authors are Wang Desong, Duan Yandong, and Zhang Bingkai (Guangdong University of Technology).


Porous material supported metal catalysts are an important class of catalysts. Nano-silver is a relatively cheap and chemically stable material among precious metal materials, and it is a research hotspot in physical chemistry, materials and other scientific fields. The agglomeration caused by the size of nano-silver is still the main factor affecting its catalytic performance. How to prepare nano-silver catalysts with good dispersion properties, develop new nano-silver preparation methods and select excellent carriers are the key factors to exert its performance.


This study demonstrates a novel and controllable synthesis strategy to prepare macroporous resin-based silver nanocomposites. The new strategy of preparing macroporous resin loaded Ag nanoparticles described in the paper can be further promoted to prepare other kinds of supported metal nanocomposites. The research was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the Natural Science Foundation of Hebei Province.


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