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Time-resolved, in situ DRIFTS/EDE/MS studies on alumina supported Rh catalysts: effects of ceriation on the Rh catalysts in the process of CO oxidation

DOI: 10.1080/2055074X.2016.1266762 DOI Help

Authors: Anna B. Kroner (Diamond Light Source; University of Southampton) , Mark A. Newton (University of Warwick) , Moniek Tromp (University of Amsterdam; Southampton University) , Andrea E. Russell (University of Southampton) , Andrew J. Dent (Diamond Light Source) , John Evans (Diamond Light Source; University of Southampton; Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
Co-authored by industrial partner: No

Type: Journal Paper
Journal: Catalysis, Structure & Reactivity , VOL 3 , PAGES 13 - 23

State: Published (Approved)
Published: February 2017

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Abstract: The effect of ceria doping by oxide surface modification and controlled metal surface modification (CSM) on the structure-function properties of Rh/γ-Al2O3 catalysts in the process of CO oxidation were studied by a combined array of Diffuse Reflectance Infrared Fourier Transform Spectroscopy (DRIFTS)/Energy Dispersive X-ray Absorption Fine Structure/Mass Spectrometry techniques applied simultaneously under time-resolved, in situ conditions in the temperature range of 298–573 K. The addition of each promoter element by CSM exhibits multiple effects on the catalysts structure. The DRIFTS/XAS studies indicate that CeOx facilitate the protection of Rh particles against extensive oxidation in atmospheres of air, O2 and CO, without reducing the coverage of oxidisable adsorbed CO.

Journal Keywords: DRIFTS; XAS; Rh catalyst; CO oxidation; ceria

Subject Areas: Chemistry, Materials, Environment

Facility: ID24 at ESRF

Added On: 24/01/2018 15:16


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Desertification & Pollution Earth Sciences & Environment Physical Chemistry Catalysis Chemistry Materials Science

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