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Frontispiece: Topotactic Synthesis of Porous Cobalt Ferrite Platelets from a Layered Double Hydroxide Precursor and Their Application in Oxidation Catalysis

Frontispiece: Topotactic Synthesis of Porous Cobalt Ferrite Platelets from a Layered Double Hydroxide Precursor and Their Application in Oxidation Catalysis
Heiko Wende, Wolfgang Schuhmann, Malte Behrens, Martin Muhler, Justus Heese, Corina Andronescu, Joachim Landers, Fatih Özcan, Soma Salamon, Klaus Friedel Ortega, Thomas Lunkenbein, Sven Anke
Holey hexagonal platelets of cobalt ferrite, CoFe2O4, can be obtained by co-precipitation and thermal decomposition of a layered double hydroxide (LDH) precursor. These particles are single crystalline and porous at the same time and show a topotactic relationship with the precursor. They are active as catalyst in alcohol oxidation and as electrocatalyst in the oxygen evolution reaction showing a clearly different behavior than commercial powder likely due to their unique microstructure. For more details, see the Communcation by T. Lunkenbein, M. Behrens et al. on page 12443 ff.

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DOI: 10.1002/chem.201785163

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