Strong Metal-Support Interactions by R.T.K.; Tauster, S.J. Baker

By R.T.K.; Tauster, S.J. Baker

content material: robust metal-support interactions : evidence and uncertainties / S.J. Tauster --
details on metal-support interactions from close to area X-ray absorption spectroscopy and a number of scattering calculations / J.A. Horsley and F.W. Lytle --
Chemisorption and catalysis over TiO₂-modified Pt surfaces / D.J. Dwyer, J.L. Robbins, S.D. Cameron, N. Dudash, and J. Hardenbergh --
results of TiO₂ floor species at the adsorption and coadsorption of CO and H₂ on Ni : implications for methanation over TiO₂-supported Ni / G.B. Raupp and J.A. Dumesic --
help results studied on version supported catalysts / R.A. Demmin, C.S. Ko, and R.J. Gorte --
proof for the migration of MnO upon relief of Ni-MnOx and its results on CO chemisorption / Y.W. Chung and Y.B. Zhao --
Time dependence of H₂ and O₂ chemisorption on Rh-TiO₂ catalysts / H.F.J. van't Blik, P.H.A. Vriens, and R. Prins --
CO, O₂, and H₂ heats of adsorption on supported Pd / M. Albert Vannice and Pen Chou --
Equilibrium and Kinetic features of robust metal-support interactions in Pt-TiO₂ and cobalt-doped Cu-ZnO-Al₂O₃ catalysts / M.S. Spencer --
In situ electron microscopic reports of Ni-TiO₂ interactions / J.A. Dumesic, S.A. Stevenson, J.J. Chludzinski, R.D. Sherwood, and R.T.K. Baker --
Presence and attainable function of Pt ions in hydrocarbon reactions / M.J.P. Botman, Li-Qin She, Yia-Yu Zhang, T.L.M. Maesen, T.L. Slaghek, and V. Ponec --
help impression on chemisorption and catalytic houses of noble catalysts / P. Mériaudeau, M. Dufaux, and C. Naccache --
Metal-support interactions in Ni catalysts : a comparative research of kinetic and magnetic habit among Nb₂O₅ and phosphate helps / E.I. Ko, J.E. Lester, and G. Marcelin --
Intermetallic compounds as types for fabrics shaped on the steel crystallite-oxide help interface / Ralph G. Nuzzo and Lawrence H. Dubois --
influence of H₂ therapy at the catalytic task of Pt-SiO₂ catalysts / H. Zuegg and R. Kramer --
Interactions and floor phenomena in supported steel catalysts / E. Ruckenstein --
results of relief temperature on H₂ adsorption through Pt on a variety of helps / Jacek A. Szymura and Sieghard E. Wanke --
effect of noble steel debris on semiconducting and insulating oxide fabrics / J. Schwank, A.G. Shastri, and J.Y. Lee --
facts of a metal-surface section oxide interplay for Re on WOx supported on activated carbon / L.L. Murrell, N.C. Dispenziere, Jr., R.T.K. Baker, and J.J. Chludzinski --
Metal-TiO₂ catalysts : digital results in the course of H₂ chemisorption, CO-H₂ interactions, and photocatalysis / J.-M. Herrmann --
Spectroscopic and electrochemical research of the kingdom of Pt in Pt-TiO₂ catalysts / M. Spichiger-Ulmann, A. Monnier, M. Koudelka, and J. Augustynski.

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Garfunkel, E. L . ; Crowell, J . ; Somorjai, G. A. J . Phys. Chem. 1982, 86, 310. Garfunkel, E. L . ; Crowell, J . ; Somarjai, G. A. Surface Sci. 1982, 121, 303. ; Kollin, E. ; Dwyer, D. ; Gland, J . L . ; Robbins, J . L . ; Johnson, A. L. Phys. Rev. Lett. 1985, 54, 935. Resasco, D. ; Haller, G. L. J . , 1983, 82, 279. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1986. 3. DWYER ET AL. 33. 34. 35. Catalysis over Ti0 -Modified 2 Pt Surfaces 33 Sachtler, W. M. H . ; Shriver, D.

8 c o n t a i n s the Ti 2p r e g i o n of the XPS spectrum of the T i 0 promoter a f t e r H r e d u c t i o n (450 K, l a t m H ) . Two o x i d a t i o n s t a t e s o f t i t a n i u m (+3 and +4) are r e a d i l y v i s i b l e i n the spectrum. The a b s o l u t e b i n d i n g e n e r g i e s are h i g h e r than those i n F i g . 5 due t o d i f f e r e n c e s i n the l o c a t i o n o f the fermi l e v e l of the o x i d e . ( 1 2 ) The presence of s u b s t a n t i a l T i c h a r a c t e r i n the XPS spectrum iriôTcates that T i 0 i n c o n t a c t w i t h Pt i s r e a d i l y reduced t o a subs t o i c h i o m e t r i c form even under m i l d r e d u c i n g c o n d i t i o n s (450 K ) .

Garten, R. L . , U. S. Patent # 4,273,724, 1981. Garfunkel, E. L . ; Crowell, J . ; Somorjai, G. A. J . Phys. Chem. 1982, 86, 310. Garfunkel, E. L . ; Crowell, J . ; Somarjai, G. A. Surface Sci. 1982, 121, 303. ; Kollin, E. ; Dwyer, D. ; Gland, J . L . ; Robbins, J . L . ; Johnson, A. L. Phys. Rev. Lett. 1985, 54, 935. Resasco, D. ; Haller, G. L. J . , 1983, 82, 279. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1986. 3. DWYER ET AL. 33. 34. 35. Catalysis over Ti0 -Modified 2 Pt Surfaces 33 Sachtler, W.

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