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Catalytic Performance of Nanostructured Plate-type Cu and Cu-Fe on ZnO Nanorods for Steam Reforming of Methanol

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  31 January 2011

Chien-Cheng Li
Affiliation:
ccli@ms.ntu-ccms.ntu.edu.tw, National Taiwan University, Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, Taipei, Taiwan, Province of China
Ran-Jin Lin
Affiliation:
ranjin-lin@umail.hinet.net, Sing-Fu consulting Co. Ltd, Ping-Dong, Taiwan, Province of China
Li-Chyong Chen
Affiliation:
chenlc@ntu.edu.tw, National Taiwan University, Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, Taipei, Taiwan, Province of China
Kuei-Hsien Chen
Affiliation:
chenkh@pub.iams.sinica.edu.tw, Academia Sinica, Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Taipei, Taiwan, Province of China
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Abstract

The Cu-type and (Cu-Fe)-type film catalysts have been successfully prepared by the electroless plating on ZnO nanorods/stainless steel substrates. The microstructure features of the (Cu-Fe)-type films are high porosity and plate-type grains. The addition of iron into Cu-type film can improve the reducibility and the stability of the film catalysts. The reduction temperature of the (Cu-Fe)-type film catalysts decreases with increasing the addition of Fe. For Cu-5 at% Fe film, the reduction temperature is in the range of 195°C to 216°C as comparison in the range of 208°C to 233°C of the Cu-type film catalysts.

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