Autores: Fernandez-Lodeiro, A; Lodeiro, JF; Losada-Garcia, N; Nuti, S; Capelo-Martinez, JL; Palomo, JM; Lodeiro, C

Artículo; Early Access.
Nanoscale Adv.. vol: . page: 2516-0230.
Fecha: 2023 JUL 20. 2023.
Doi: 10.1039/d3na00158j.

This work investigates the potential utilization of Cu(i) as a reducing agent for the transformation of the platinum salt K2PtCl4, resulting in the production of stable nanoparticles. The synthesized nanoparticles exhibit a bimetallic composition, incorporating copper within their final structure. This approach offers a convenient and accessible methodology for the production of bimetallic nanostructures. The catalytic properties of these novel nanomaterials have been explored in various applications, including their use as artificial metalloenzymes and in the degradation of dyes. The findings underscore the significant potential of Cu(i)-mediated reduction in the development of functional nanomaterials with diverse catalytic applications..