Title

Fe-based metallic glasses in functional catalytic applications

Document Type

Journal Article

Publication Title

Chem Asian J

ISSN

1861-471X

Volume

13

Issue

23

First Page

3575

Last Page

3592

PubMed ID

30225995

Publisher

John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

School

School of Engineering

RAS ID

28368

Comments

Originally published as:

Zhang, L.C., Liang, S.X. (2018). Zhang, L. C., & Liang, S. X. (2018). Fe-based metallic glasses in functional catalytic applications. Chemistry–An Asian Journal, 13(23), 3575-3592.

Original article available here.

Abstract

With an intrinsically disordered atomic structure and a widely tunable atomic constituent, metallic glasses (MGs) have been extensively studied as promising catalysts in different catalytic fields. Particularly, Fe-based MGs with high catalytic activity, relatively low material cost, and environmental friendly compatibility also emerge as advanced catalysts. This review systematically discusses the recent advances of Fe-based MGs in catalytic applications, including wastewater remediation based on reductive degradation by multicomponent Fe-based MGs, oxidative degradation by introduction of advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) and nanocrystallization applied in Fe-based MGs up to date, and renewable energy conversion, with purposes of revealing Fe-based MG catalysts in the further improvement of catalytic performance and exploiting their promising catalytic abilities in a widely catalytic field.

DOI

10.1002/asia.201801082

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