N,N-Dialkylcarbamato complexes of copper(II), [Cu(O2CNR2)2] (R = All = allyl, C3H5; iPr, CH(CH3)2) were prepared with the aim of func-tionalizing silica and nanostructured silica-zirconia matrices. The mixed matrices for the grafting reactions were prepared by copolymerizing MAPTMS (methacryloxypropyltrimethoxysilane), the precursor for the silica matrix, with the zirconium tetranuclear derivative [Zr4O2(OMc)12] (OMc = methacrylate), the precursor for the zirconia nanopar-ticles. Suspension of the silica and silica-zirconia matrices in a solution of the copper dialkylcarbamate led to the functionalization of the respective substrates. The composition, microstruc-ture, morphology, and physicochemical nature of the copper species grafted on the matrices were investigated by FTIR, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), EPR, X-ray absorption spec-troscopy (XAS), XRD, TEM, and dini-trogen adsorption. The effect of select-ed experimental parameters (the nature of the copper precursor and of the matrix, grafting time, thermal treat ment) on the grafting reaction was investigated. The Cu/Si ratio is increase by increasing the grafting time and the ZrO2-SiO2 matrix is more reactive to attack by the carbamato complexes than either prepared or commercial SiO2. After functionalization of the matrix, thermal treatment yielded nanostructured copper(II) oxide clusters, average diameter 12-15 nm, uniformly supported on the silica and on the silica-zirconia matrices. © 2009 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.

Belli Dell’Amico, D., Bertagnolli, H., Calderazzo, F., D'Arienzo, M., Gross, S., Labella, L., et al. (2009). Nanostructured copper oxide on silica-zirconia mixed oxides by chemical implantation. CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL, 15(19), 4931-4943 [10.1002/chem.200801704].

Nanostructured copper oxide on silica-zirconia mixed oxides by chemical implantation

D'ARIENZO, MASSIMILIANO;SCOTTI, ROBERTO;
2009

Abstract

N,N-Dialkylcarbamato complexes of copper(II), [Cu(O2CNR2)2] (R = All = allyl, C3H5; iPr, CH(CH3)2) were prepared with the aim of func-tionalizing silica and nanostructured silica-zirconia matrices. The mixed matrices for the grafting reactions were prepared by copolymerizing MAPTMS (methacryloxypropyltrimethoxysilane), the precursor for the silica matrix, with the zirconium tetranuclear derivative [Zr4O2(OMc)12] (OMc = methacrylate), the precursor for the zirconia nanopar-ticles. Suspension of the silica and silica-zirconia matrices in a solution of the copper dialkylcarbamate led to the functionalization of the respective substrates. The composition, microstruc-ture, morphology, and physicochemical nature of the copper species grafted on the matrices were investigated by FTIR, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), EPR, X-ray absorption spec-troscopy (XAS), XRD, TEM, and dini-trogen adsorption. The effect of select-ed experimental parameters (the nature of the copper precursor and of the matrix, grafting time, thermal treat ment) on the grafting reaction was investigated. The Cu/Si ratio is increase by increasing the grafting time and the ZrO2-SiO2 matrix is more reactive to attack by the carbamato complexes than either prepared or commercial SiO2. After functionalization of the matrix, thermal treatment yielded nanostructured copper(II) oxide clusters, average diameter 12-15 nm, uniformly supported on the silica and on the silica-zirconia matrices. © 2009 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.
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copper oxide, grafting,mixed oxides, nanostructures, surface science
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4931
4943
Belli Dell’Amico, D., Bertagnolli, H., Calderazzo, F., D'Arienzo, M., Gross, S., Labella, L., et al. (2009). Nanostructured copper oxide on silica-zirconia mixed oxides by chemical implantation. CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL, 15(19), 4931-4943 [10.1002/chem.200801704].
Belli Dell’Amico, D; Bertagnolli, H; Calderazzo, F; D'Arienzo, M; Gross, S; Labella, L; Rancan, M; Scotti, R; Smarsly, B; Supplit, R; Tondello, E; Wendel, E
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