Silica Based Catalyst Supports Are Inert, Aren’t They? – Striking Differences in Ethanol Decomposition Reaction Originated from Meso- & Surface Fine Structure Evidenced by Small Angle X-ray Scattering

6.6 nm Pt nanoparticles with narrow size distribution were anchored on mostly identical, amor-phous silica supports (SBA-15, MCF-17, Silica Foam) and were tested in ethanol decomposition reactions at < 300 °C. The reaction on the Pt/SBA-15 was ~2 times faster (0.073 molecules·site-1·s-1) compared...

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Main Authors: Sápi András
Dobó Dorina Gabriella
Sebők Dániel
Halasi Gyula
Juhász Koppány Levente
Szamosvölgyi Ákos
Pusztai Péter
Varga Erika
Kálomista Ildikó
Galbács Gábor
Kukovecz Ákos
Kónya Zoltán
Format: Article
Published: American Chemical Society 2017
Series:JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C 121 No. 9
doi:10.1021/acs.jpcc.7b00034

mtmt:3187894
Online Access:http://publicatio.bibl.u-szeged.hu/11053
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