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Use of the Dow-Developed DSC/XRD/MS in the Study of Several Model Copper-Based Catalyst Systems

  • R. A. Newman (a1), J. A. Blazy (a1), T. G. Fawcett (a1), L. F. Whiting (a1) and R. A. Stowe (a1)...

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Due to the difficulty of analyzing materials at high temperatures and in reactive atmospheres, solid-state catalysts have often been developed with little knowledge of the true chemical behavior of the catalyst, except on a bulk scale. In the field of solid-state catalysis research, a great deal of time and effort is presently being spent to better characterize the chemical and physical properties which determine a particular catalyst‘s efficiency, lifetime, and selectivity. Recently, we have undertaken a study of model copper catalysts at The Dow Chemical Company in an effort to better understand the chemical and physical properties which determine the efficiency, regenerability, and lifetime of this type of solid state catalyst.

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Use of the Dow-Developed DSC/XRD/MS in the Study of Several Model Copper-Based Catalyst Systems

  • R. A. Newman (a1), J. A. Blazy (a1), T. G. Fawcett (a1), L. F. Whiting (a1) and R. A. Stowe (a1)...

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