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CHARACTERIZATION OF PARTICULATE POLLUTION BY AEROSOL MASS SPECTROMETRY
Atmospheric aerosols impact human health, climate, and air pollution and arrive in the atmosphere by countless number of sources. One of the largest uncertainties in understanding these impacts is due to limitations in our ...
Ethanol Steam Reforming over Cobalt Based Catalysts: Roles of Zinc Oxide
The effects of zinc oxide (ZnO) addition to cobalt based catalysts was investigated over multiple supports. In each case the impacts on cobalt oxidation state and ESR activity were studied. In the case of cobalt supported ...
STUDY OF THE DYNAMICS OF THE MoO2-Mo2C SYSTEM FOR CATALYTIC PARTIAL OXIDATION REACTIONS
On a global scale, the energy demand is largely supplied by the combustion of non-renewable fossil fuels. However, their rapid depletion coupled with environmental and sustainability concerns are the main drivers to seek ...
Fundamental Understanding of Transition Metal Oxide Catalysts for Selective Oxidations
High surface area VOx/CeO2 model catalysts were developed to understand the effects of support on VOx catalysts in selective oxidation reactions. The VOx/CeO2 model catalysts were prepared by depositing highly dispersed ...
Modeling and Demonstration of a Sub-Watt Scale Methanol Reformer
A micro-scale methanol fuel processor was designed, modeled, built and tested for the production of hydrogen for a small fuel cell (<1W). Methanol was selected due to the relatively low reforming temperature. The fuel ...
NICKEL- MOLYBDENUM CATALYSTS FOR SYNTHESIS GAS GENERATION
The aim of this research is to optimize Mo-based catalysts for synthesis gas generation via partial oxidation of logistic fuels. The most conventional reforming catalysts used in industry for reforming are Ni based catalysts. ...