1. High entropy oxides (HEOs) catalysts have been developed due to their unique structural features, excellent thermal stability, and physicochemical properties.
2. A (AlTiCeMnCu)O x @TA high-entropy catalyst was prepared by the particle dispersion - thermal impact curing method for ultrafast oxidation reaction of heterocyclic compounds.
3. Characterization analysis revealed that the CeMnCuO x solid solution heterostructure formed on the surface of the HEOs catalyst has the ability of relay catalysis, which can effectively promote the ultrafast oxidation reaction.
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