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Home  >  Journal list  >  Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan  >  Vol.123  No.1441 (September) (2015)  >  pp.695-708

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Hybrid metal oxide@biopolymer materials precursors of metal oxides and metal oxide-carbon composites

Sandrine PLUMEJEAU1), Johan Gilbert ALAUZUN1), Bruno BOURY1)
1) Institut Charles Gerhardt UMR 5253 CNRS–Université de Montpellier

Metal oxide can be prepared by mineralization process of biopolymers like cellulose, starch, alginate, chitosan, chitin, carrageenan, dextran, DNA, pectin, collagen, gelatin, silk, lignin and white-egg. The formation of corresponding hybrid composite [metal oxide@biopolymer] allows mastering the morphology, porosity, composition and structure of metal oxide and also gives access to [metal oxide@carbon] composite upon carbonization of the biopolymer We briefly review the recent advances in this fields in order to show the diversity of the approaches and their adaptations to produce material with potential applications in catalysis, energy and environment.


Keyword:
Metal oxide, Biotemplating, Biopolymer, Carbon, Cellulose, Hybrid materials, Carbonization

Received: April 14, 2015
Accepted: May 10, 2015 , Published online: September 01, 2015

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