Highly Ordered Mesoporous Hydroxide Thin Films through Self-Assembly of Size-Tailored Nano-Building Blocks: A Theoretical- Experimental Approach

Chemistry of Materials Volume 31 Issue 2 Page 322-330 published_at 2018-12-27
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Highly Ordered Mesoporous Hydroxide Thin Films through Self-Assembly of Size-Tailored Nano-Building Blocks: A Theoretical- Experimental Approach
Tokudome Yasuaki
Jobbágy Matías
Soler-Illia Galo J. A. A.
Tang Qiyun
Müller Marcus
Takahashi Masahide
Source Title
Chemistry of Materials
Volume 31
Issue 2
Start Page 322
End Page 330
Mesoporous crystalline (hydr)oxides of low-valence metal ions (M(II) and M(III)) are highly demanded in the context of various applications. In this study, we demonstrate key factors to the successful formation of ordered mesoporous films through the Assembly of Nano-Building Block (ANBB) approach using a colloidal solution of crystalline M(OH)2 (M = Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, and Cu). The colloidal system of α-Ni(OH)2 is presented in-depth as a typical example. Crystal growth and aggregation kinetics of the NBB were tuned by synthetic parameters. Nanometer-sized NBBs of tailored size between oligomer scale to over 20 nm were obtained. The films prepared from α-Ni(OH)2 NBBs with a diameter of ≤ 7.5 nm showed ordered mesostructures through evaporation-induced self-assembly in the presence of supramolecular templates. Coarse-grained simulation suggests that there is a threshold diameter of NBB toward the formation of wellordered mesostructures. It was found that, as well as limiting the diameter of NBB, inhibition of an aggregation of NBBs by using coordinative additives or diluting the NBB colloidal solution were essential to control the assembly of NBBs and templates into the ordered mesostructures. The results obtained here open up the synthesis of ordered mesoporous materials with a crystalline wall of variety of chemical compositions containing low-valence metal elements.
The present work was partially supported by JSPS KAKENHI, JSPS bilateral program, ABTLuS (LNLS proposal SAXS1 18927), ANPCyT (PICT 2014-3687 and 2015-3526), UBACyT (20020130100610BA), The Sumitomo Foundation, Izumi Science and Technology Foundation and Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft-CONICET under grant Mu1674/15-1.
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American Chemical Society
Date of Issued 2018-12-27
© 2018 American Chemical Society
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[ISSN] 1520-5002
[NCID] AA12096771
[DOI] https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.chemmater.8b03082
[DOI] 10.1021/acs.chemmater.8b03082