By Alessandro Trovarelli, Paolo Fornasiero (eds.)
This e-book follows the 2002 variation of Catalysis by way of Ceria and comparable Materials, which was once the 1st ebook solely dedicated to ceria and its catalytic houses. within the ten years because the first variation a tremendous volume of labor has been conducted within the box, and ceria has received a in demand place in catalysis as the most worthwhile fabric for a number of functions. This moment version covers basic and utilized elements of the newest advances in ceria-based fabrics with a unique specialize in structural, redox and catalytic positive aspects. specific emphasis is given to nano-engineered and nano-shaped platforms that are a key think about the predictive and rational layout of ceria with novel homes.
additionally, the e-book provides fresh advances in rising and standard large-scale purposes of ceria in catalysis, resembling the therapy of emissions from cellular resources (including diesel and gas engines). the first readership contains catalysis and fabric technology researchers from academy and and postdoctorate and graduate scholars in chemistry, chemical engineering and physics.
Readership: Graduate scholars and researchers within the fields of chemistry, physics, fabrics technology and chemical engineering.
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Solid circles and open squares denote theoretical41 and experimental24 data, respectively. indd 29 4/8/2013 12:25:17 PM b1469 30 Catalysis by Ceria and Related Materials M. 81 This section describes the application of these techniques to the disorder and diffusional pathway of oxide ions in ceria–zirconia and ceria-based ionic conductors. 0, U(O) > U(Ce,Zr) (Fig. 32 Open circles and triangles denote U(Ce,Zr) and U(O) of the tetragonal CexZr1-xO2 solid solutions, respectively. Closed circle and triangle are U(Ce) and U(O) for cubic CeO2, respectively.
Thus, the t′–t″ boundary is dependent on processing and grain size. Oxygen displacement (Fig. 14(b)) and the tetragonal Raman band (the third band of Fig. 24 Copyright 1998 American Institute of Physics. indd 15 4/8/2013 12:25:09 PM b1469 16 Catalysis by Ceria and Related Materials M. : liquid, c: cubic, t: tetragonal, m: monoclinic. 50 for an explanation of the symbols. 50 Copyright 1994 John Wiley & Sons. (4) the difficulty of conducting experiments at high temperatures above 1900 K and below 1200 K.
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Catalysis by Ceria and Related Materials by Alessandro Trovarelli, Paolo Fornasiero (eds.)