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Operando and multimodal studies of speciation and activity of Pt catalysts during the hydrogenation of ethylene

  • Eric A. Stach (a1), Shen Zhao (a1) (a2), Yuanyuan Li (a3), Deyu Liu (a2), Jing Liu (a3), Yao-Min Liu (a2), Dmitri N. Zakharov (a1), Qiyuan Wu (a3), Alexander Orlov (a3), Andrew A. Gewirth (a2), Ralph G. Nuzzo (a3) and Anatoly I. Frenkel (a3) (a4)...
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[1] Li, Y., Zakharov, D., Zhao, S., Tappero, R., Jung, U., Elsen, A., Baumann, Ph, Nuzzo, Ralph G., Stach, E. A. & Frenkel, A. I. Nature Comm 6, 7583 2015.
[2] Zhao, S., Li, Y., Stavitski, E., Tappero, R., Crowley, S., Castaldi, M.J., Zakharov, D.N., Nuzzo, R.G., Frenkel, A.I. & Stach, E.A. (2015). ChemCatChem 7(22pp. 36833691.
[3] Zhao, S., Li, Y., Liu, D., Liu, J., Liu, Y.-M., Zakharov, D.N., Wu, Q., Orlov, A., Gewirth, A.A., Stach, E.A., Nuzzo, R.G. & Frenkel, A.I. in review.
[4] The authors gratefully acknowledge support for this by the US Department of Energy, Office of Basic Energy Sciences under Grant No. DE-FG02-03ER15476. The development of the micro-cell was supported, in part, by an LDRD grant at Brookhaven National Laboratory. We acknowledge the facilities support provided at the Centre for Functional Nanomaterials, the National Synchrotron Light Source at the Brookhaven National Laboratory (US Department of Energy, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Contract No. DE-SC0012704) and the Synchrotron Catalysis Consortium (US Department of Energy, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Grant No. DE-SC0012335).

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