Studies on the Anomalous IR Properties of CoPt Nanorods
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One-dimensional CoPt nanorods were obtained through the galvanic displacement reaction and chemical reduction. The average diameter of the nanorods was measured to be about 166. 3 nm and the length was mostly between 1. 0 and 5. 0 mu m obtained from the scanning electron microscopy (SEM) measurement. The IR optical properties of the CoPt nanorods and bulk Pt were investigated by in situ FTIR reflection spectroscopy employing CO adsorption as probe reaction at the solid/gas interface. The results of in situ FTIR indicated that bulk Pt shows a normal IR optical property and the CoPt nanorods display abnormal infrared effects (AIREs). The authors can obtain the same results whether the CoPt nanorods were loaded on glassy carbon (GC) or Au substrates. These results demonstrated that the AIREs were generated mainly by CoPt nanorods and the influence of the substrate materials can be neglected. The study confirmed that one-dimensional CoPt nanorods show AIREs, and throw a new sense to comprehend the anomalous IR properties observed on low-dimensional nanomaterials.
CitationSPECTROSCOPY AND SPECTRAL ANALYSIS，2011,31（10）：2606-2610