Nanostructured Model Catalysts

(B. Klötzer, S. Penner)

 

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Bridging the pressure gap and the materials gap between catalysis-oriented surface science and real catalysis by running catalytic reactions in high-pressure cells interfaced to UHV surface analysis stations, resp. in vivo high-pressure XPS reaction monitoring. Preparation of real and inverted model catalysts using different oxide supports and bimetallic catalyst nanoparticles. Determination of the microscopic structure by transmission electron microscopy (TEM), atomic force microscopy (AFM), and impact collision ion scattering spectroscopy (ICISS). Characterisation of the electronic properties by (high-pressure) XPS, UPS and impedance spectroscopy, and of the catalytic properties by thermal desorption, mass spectrometry and gas chromatography.

 

Unpublished Author Preprints:


Near-ambient pressure x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study of Fe valence state changes in perovskite-type model electrodes under electrochemical polarization

Graphene growth on clock-reconstructed Ni2C carbide on Ni(111) studied by SXRD(BeamtimeReport)

A high-temperature, ambient-pressure ultra-dry operando reactor cell for FT-IR Spectroscopy

Reactivity difference between Al and Zr: nanostructure drives the chemistry

Surface modification processes during methane decomposition on Cu-promoted Ni/ZrO2 catalysts

Reduction of different GeO2 polymorphs

CO2-selective methanol steam reforming on In-doped Pd studied by ambient-pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy / Supplementary Information