Multiphoton Lithography of Nanocrystalline Platinum and Palladium for Site-Specific Catalysis in 3D Microenvironments
Zarzar, Lauren D.
Swartzentruber, B. S.
Harper, Jason C.
Dunphy, Darren R.
Brinker, C. Jeffrey
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CitationZarzar, Lauren D., B. S. Swartzentruber, Jason C. Harper, Darren R. Dunphy, C. Jeffrey Brinker, Joanna Aizenberg, and Bryan Kaehr. 2012. Multiphoton Lithography of Nanocrystalline Platinum and Palladium for Site-Specific Catalysis in 3D Microenvironments. Journal of the American Chemical Society 134, no. 9: 4007–4010. doi:10.1021/ja211602t.
AbstractIntegration of catalytic nanostructured platinum and palladium within 3D microscale structures or fluidic environments is important for systems ranging from micropumps to microfluidic chemical reactors and energy converters. We report a straightforward procedure to fabricate microscale patterns of nanocrystalline platinum and palladium using multiphoton lithography. These materials display excellent catalytic, electrical, and electrochemical properties, and we demonstrate high-resolution integration of catalysts within 3D defined microenvironments to generate directed autonomous particle and fluid
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