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Synchrotron radiation and catalytic science

DOI: 10.1080/08940886.2020.1701368 DOI Help

Authors: Christopher Hardacre (University of Manchester) , Andrew M. Beale (University College London; Research Complex at Harwell) , Emma K. Gibson (University of Glasgow) , Josephine B. M. Goodall (Research Complex at Harwell; Cardiff University) , Alex Goguet (Queen's University of Belfast) , Simon A. Kondrat (Loughborough University) , Grazia Malta (Cardiff University) , Cristina Stere (University of Manchester) , Peter P. Wells (University of Southampton; Diamond Light Source) , Graham J. Hutchings (Cardiff University) , C. Richard A. Catlow (University College London; Cardiff University)
Co-authored by industrial partner: No

Type: Journal Paper
Journal: Synchrotron Radiation News , VOL 33 , PAGES 10 - 14

State: Published (Approved)
Published: February 2020
Diamond Proposal Number(s): 12986 , 10306 , 11398 , 15214 , 12601 , 10242 , 12064 , 12499 , 14440

Abstract: Techniques employing synchrotron radiation (SR) have had a major and growing impact on catalytic science. They have made key contributions to our understanding of structural properties of catalytic systems and of structural changes during the operation of a catalytic process. They can also improve our understanding of electronic and vibrational properties, which can contribute to the understanding of mechanisms. SR techniques are now key components of the experimental tool box of the catalytic scientist.

Subject Areas: Technique Development, Chemistry

Instruments: B18-Core EXAFS , I18-Microfocus Spectroscopy

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