Dealloying of Cu-Based Metallic Glasses in Acidic Solutions: Products and Energy Storage Applications
AbstractDealloying, a famous ancient etching technique, was used to produce nanoporous metals decades ago. With the development of dealloying techniques and theories, various interesting dealloying products including nanoporous metals/alloys, metal oxides and composites, which exhibit excellent catalytic, optical and sensing performance, have been developed in recent years. As a result, the research on dealloying products is of great importance for developing new materials with superior physical and chemical properties. In this paper, typical dealloying products from Cu-based metallic glasses after dealloying in hydrofluoric acid and hydrochloric acid solutions are summarized. Several potential application fields of these dealloying products are discussed. A promising application of nanoporous Cu (NPC) and NPC-contained composites related to the energy storage field is introduced. It is expected that more promising dealloying products could be developed for practical energy storage applications. View Full-Text
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Wang, Z.; Liu, J.; Qin, C.; Yu, H.; Xia, X.; Wang, C.; Zhang, Y.; Hu, Q.; Zhao, W. Dealloying of Cu-Based Metallic Glasses in Acidic Solutions: Products and Energy Storage Applications. Nanomaterials 2015, 5, 697-721.
Wang Z, Liu J, Qin C, Yu H, Xia X, Wang C, Zhang Y, Hu Q, Zhao W. Dealloying of Cu-Based Metallic Glasses in Acidic Solutions: Products and Energy Storage Applications. Nanomaterials. 2015; 5(2):697-721.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wang, Zhifeng; Liu, Jiangyun; Qin, Chunling; Yu, Hui; Xia, Xingchuan; Wang, Chaoyang; Zhang, Yanshan; Hu, Qingfeng; Zhao, Weimin. 2015. "Dealloying of Cu-Based Metallic Glasses in Acidic Solutions: Products and Energy Storage Applications." Nanomaterials 5, no. 2: 697-721.