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Synthesis of new hybrid material based on copolymer and Pd-nanoparticles.

  • M. Ugalde (a1) (a2), E. Chavira (a2), M. T. Ochoa-Lara (a1), M. A. Canseco (a2), E.A. Zaragoza-Contreras (a1), C. Quintanar (a3) and M. Gutiérrez-Nava (a4)...
Abstract

In this work, the synthesis of new hybrid material based on a poly (buthyl acrylate –co- vinyl formamide) copolymer using the emulsion polymerization and doped with Pd, is discussed. The copolymer structure was confirmed by FT-IR. Afterwards, Pd nanocrystals previously synthesized, resulting on a spherical shape of ~ 5 nm, as measured by High-resolution transmission electron microscopy (HR-TEM), were deposited on the structure of the organic material. The films were analyzed using AFM and Scanning electron microscopy (SEM), giving rise to a hybrid material that could be applied in areas such as nanolithography, catalysis, and sensors.

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*E-mail: magali.ugalde@cimav.edu.mx
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