Title

Fe-based metallic glasses in functional catalytic applications

Document Type

Journal Article

Publication Title

Chemistry–An Asian Journal

ISSN

1861-471X

Volume

13

Issue

23

First Page

3575

Last Page

3592

PubMed ID

30225995

Publisher

John Wiley and Sons, Inc

School

School of Engineering

RAS ID

28368

Comments

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.

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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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