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000088319 245__ $$aA strategy for the synthesis of transition-metal nanoparticles and their transfer between liquid phases
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000088319 520__ $$aNanoparticles can be stabilized by an ionic liq. polymer (ILP) composed of imidazolium units incorporating a hydrophobic benzyl group. The resulting gold, platinum, and palladium nanoparticles can be efficiently transferred from water to ionic liqs. by exchange of the chloride anion of the ILP with the anion of the ionic liq.
000088319 700__ $$0240280$$g153497$$aZhao, D
000088319 700__ $$0240012$$g153598$$aFei, Z
000088319 700__ $$g160772$$aAng, WH$$0240279
000088319 700__ $$aDyson, PJ$$g149418$$0240015
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