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In-situ characterization of heterogeneous catalysts [electronic resource] / edited by José A. Rodríguez, Jonathan C. Hanson, Peter J. Chupas.



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Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, 2013.
  • Book
  • ix, 478 p. : ill. (some col.).
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Machine generated contents note: Introduction: Goals and Challenges for the In-situ Characterization of Heterogeneous Catalysts Jose A. Rodriguez (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Jonathan C. Hanson (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Peter J. Chupas (Argonne National Laboratory). Chapter 1: QEXAFS in Catalysis Research: Principles, Data Analysis and Applications Anatoly Frenkel (Yeshiva University), Syed Khalid (Brookhaven National Lab), Jonathan C. Hanson (Brookhaven National Lab), Maarten Nachtegaal (Paul Scherrer Institute) Chapter 2: Spatially Resolved X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy Christian G. Schroer (Technical University Dresden), J.D. Grunwaldt (DTU, Denmark) Chapter 3: Energy dispersive EXAFS: principles, and application, in heterogeneous catalysis Andy Dent (Diamond Synchrotron), Mark Newton (ESRF) Chapter 4: In-situ Powder X-ray Diffraction in Heterogeneous Catalysis Jonathan C. Hanson (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Poul Norby (Technical University of Denmark) Chapter 5: Pair Distribution Function Analysis of High Energy X-ray Scattering Data Karena Chapman (Argonne National Laboratory), Peter J. Chupas (Argonne National Laboratory) Chapter 6: Neutron Scattering for In-situ Characterization of Catalysts Ashfia Huq (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Wei-Ren Chen (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Chapter 7: Visualization of Surface Structures of Heterogeneous Catalysts under Reaction Conditions or during Catalysis with High Pressure Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Franklyn (Feng) Tao (University of Notre Dame), Yingchun Ye (University of Notre Dame), Yuan Zhu (University of Notre Dame), Shiran Zhang (University of Notre Dame), Lei Wang (University of Notre Dame), Fang Cheng (University of Notre Dame) Chapter 8: In-situ Infrared Spectroscopy on Well-defined Model Catalysts Dario Stacchiola (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Kumudu Mudiyanselage (Brookhaven National Laboratory) Chapter 9: Infrared Spectroscopy on Powder Catalysts Eli Stavitski (Brookhaven National Laboratory) Chapter 10: Structural Characterization of Catalysts by Operando Raman Spectroscopy Miguel A. Bañ ares (Institute of Catalysis- Madrid), Gerhard Mestl (Sud-Chemie AG) Chapter 11: In-situ Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of powder catalysts Angelika Bruckner (Leibniz Institute of Catalysis) Chapter 12: Application of Ambient Pressure X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy for the In-situ Investigation of Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactions David Starr (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Hendrik Bluhm (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Zhi Liu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Axel Knop-Gericke (Max Planck Institute), Michael Havecker (BESI-II) Chapter 13: Combined X-ray diffraction and absorption spectroscopy in Catalysis Research: Techniques and Applications Jonathan C. Hanson (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Anatoly Frenkel (Yeshiva University) Chapter 14: Combining Infrared Spectroscopy with X-ray Techniques for Interrogating Heterogeneous Catalysts. Mark Newton (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility), Marcos Fernandez-Garcia (Catalysis Institute of CSIC, Madrid) Chapter 15: XRD-Raman and Modulation Excitation Spectroscopy Wouter van Beek (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility), Atsushi Urakawa (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility), Marco Milanesio (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility) Chapter 16: Catalyst Imaging using Synchrotron-based Multi-technique Approaches Andew M. Beale (Utrecht University), Javier Ruiz-Martinez (Utrecht University), Bert Weckhuysen (Utrecht University).
"This book describes innovative techniques to study catalysts and reaction mechanisms, helping chemists improve the performance of their reactions and the efficiency (through reduced materials and waste) of catalyst preparation. It explains both the scope and limitations of specific techniques, including the characterization of the electronic and structural properties of catalysts using XAFS (X-ray Absorption Fine Structure Spectroscopy); techniques for structural characterization based on X-ray diffraction and scattering; for microscopy and morphological studies; for studying the interaction of adsorbates with catalyst surfaces (Raman spectroscopy, NMR, moderate pressure XPS); and mixed techniques"-- Provided by publisher.
Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2013. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries.
Rodríguez, José A.
Hanson, Jonathan C.
Chupas, Peter J.
ebrary, Inc.

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