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In Situ Generation of Pd/PdO Nanoparticle Methane Combustion Catalyst: Correlation of Particle Surface Chemistry with Ignition
 

Summary: In Situ Generation of Pd/PdO Nanoparticle Methane Combustion Catalyst: Correlation of
Particle Surface Chemistry with Ignition
B. Van Devener,
S. L. Anderson,*,
T. Shimizu,
H. Wang,
J. Nabity,
J. Engel,
J. Yu,
D. Wickham,|
and S. Williams
Department of Chemistry, UniVersity of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112, Department of Aerospace and
Mechanical Engineering, UniVersity of Southern California, Los Angeles, California 90089, TDA Research,
Inc., 12345 W. 52nd AVenue, Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80033, Reaction Systems, LLC, 19039 E. Plaza DriVe,
290, Parker, Colorado 80138, and Air Force Research Laboratory, Mail Stop PRAS, 1950 Fifth Street,
WPAFB, Ohio 45433
ReceiVed: May 8, 2009; ReVised Manuscript ReceiVed: October 6, 2009
Decomposition of a fuel-soluble precursor was used for in situ generation of Pd/PdO nanoparticles, which
then catalyzed ignition of the methane/O2/N2 flow. To help understand the relationship between particle
properties and activity, the composition, structure, and surface chemical state of the particles were determined

  

Source: Anderson, Scott L. - Department of Chemistry, University of Utah

 

Collections: Energy Storage, Conversion and Utilization; Materials Science; Chemistry