Toward green metallurgy: Low-temperature solution synthesis of bulk-scale intermetallic compounds in edible plant and seed oils

Nathaniel L. Henderson, Matthew D. Straesser, Philip E. Sabato, Raymond Edward Schaak

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Abstract

Binary intermetallic compounds have been synthesized in edible plant and seed oils through the reaction of molten metal dispersions of low-melting p-block metals with late transition metal powders. Specifically, apricot kernel, almond, safflower, and canola oils have been used to synthesize FeSn 2, Ni3Sn4, CoSn3, CoGa3, Cu6Sn5, and Bi3Ni. This low-temperature strategy yields bulk-scale products that are highly crystalline, and the solvents used to synthesize them can be re-used several times.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)974-978
Number of pages5
JournalGreen Chemistry
Volume11
Issue number7
DOIs
StatePublished - Jul 20 2009

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Safflower Oil
Oilseeds
Powder metals
Metallurgy
metallurgy
Liquid metals
Dispersions
Intermetallics
Transition metals
Melting
Metals
Crystalline materials
seed
canola
oil
metal
transition element
melting
Temperature
canola oil

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  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Pollution

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Henderson, Nathaniel L. ; Straesser, Matthew D. ; Sabato, Philip E. ; Schaak, Raymond Edward. / Toward green metallurgy : Low-temperature solution synthesis of bulk-scale intermetallic compounds in edible plant and seed oils. In: Green Chemistry. 2009 ; Vol. 11, No. 7. pp. 974-978.
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