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Supported Porous Nanostructures Developed by Plasma Processing of Metal Phthalocyanines and Porphyrins

AuthorsObrero, José M.; Filippin, Alejandro N.; Alcaire, María ; Sánchez-Valencia, J. R. ; Jacob, Martin; Matei, Constantin; Aparicio, Francisco J. ; Macías-Montero, Manuel; Rojas, T. Cristina; Espinós, Juan P.; Saghi, Zineb; Barranco, Ángel ; Borrás, Ana
Issue Date2020
PublisherFrontiers Media
CitationFrontiers in Chemistry, 8 art.520 (2020)
AbstractThe large area scalable fabrication of supported porous metal and metal oxide nanomaterials is acknowledged as one of the greatest challenges for their eventual implementation in on-device applications. In this work, we will present a comprehensive revision and the latest results regarding the pioneering use of commercially available metal phthalocyanines and porphyrins as solid precursors for the plasma-assisted deposition of porous metal and metal oxide films and three-dimensional nanostructures (hierarchical nanowires and nanotubes). The most advanced features of this method relay on its ample general character from the point of view of the porous material composition andmicrostructure,mild deposition and processing temperature and energy constrictions and, finally, its straightforward compatibility with the direct deposition of the porous nanomaterials on processable substrates and device-architectures. Thus, taking advantage of the variety in the composition of commercially available metal porphyrins and phthalocyanines, we present the development of metal and metal oxides layers including Pt, CuO, Fe2O3, TiO2, and ZnO with morphologies ranging from nanoparticles to nanocolumnar films. In addition, we combine this method with the fabrication by low-pressure vapor transport of single-crystalline organic nanowires for the formation of hierarchical hybrid organic@metal/metal-oxide and @metal/metal-oxide nanotubes. We carry out a thorough characterization of the films and nanowires using SEM, TEM, FIB 3D, and electron tomography. The latest two techniques are revealed as critical for the elucidation of the inner porosity of the layers.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.3389/fchem.2020.00520
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/216500
DOI10.3389/fchem.2020.00520
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