Newly designed 3D highly ordered macro/mesoporous multifunctional La1-xCexCoO3 nanohybrid frameworks with a 2D hexagonal mesostructure were fabricated via facile meso-molding in a three-dimensionally macroporous perovskite (MTMP) route. The nanohybrid framework exhibited excellent catalytic activity for methane combustion, which derived from the MTMP providing a larger surface area and pore volume, uniform pore sizes, higher accessible surface oxygen concentration, better low-temperature reducibility, and a unique nanovoid 3D structure.
- Nanohybrid catalysis
- Mesoporous walls
- Methane combustion
Arandiyan, H., Scott, J., Wang, Y., Dai, H., Sun, H., & Amal, R. (2016). Meso-Molding Three-Dimensional Macroporous Perovskites: A New Approach to Generate High-Performance Nanohybrid Catalysts. A C S Applied Materials and Interfaces, 8(4), 2457-2463. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.5b11050