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A simple approach to achieve a metastable metal oxide derived from carbonized metal–organic gels
- Huang, Jing-Cheng, Shih, Yung-Han, Lirio, Stephen, Wu, Shiuan-Yau, Chen, Hsin-Tsung, Liu, Wan-Ling, Lin, Chia-Her, HuangDeceased August 22, 2017., Hsi-Ya
- Chemical communications 2019 v.55 no.31 pp. 4475-4478
- gels, nanopores, pyrolysis, zirconium oxide
- A strategy for fabricating zirconium oxide doped nanoporous carbons derived from metal–organic gels (MOGs) is reported. For the first time, the achievement of metastable ZrO₂-NPCs is demonstrated. The direct pyrolysis of MOGs provided new perspective in developing metal oxide-doped NPCs and circumvented the shortcomings of existing methods in synthesizing metastable ZrO₂ doped NPCs.