Active Sites on Nanocrystalline Tin Dioxide Surface: Effect of Palladium and Ruthenium Oxides Clustersстатья

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[1] Active sites on nanocrystalline tin dioxide surface: Effect of palladium and ruthenium oxides clusters / A. V. Marikutsa, M. N. Rumyantseva, E. A. Konstantinova et al. // Journal of Physical Chemistry C. — 2014. — Vol. 118, no. 37. — P. 21541–21549. Active sites of nanocrystalline tin dioxide materials with variable particle size, surface area and catalytic modifiers were studied. Effect of palladium and ruthenium oxides clusters on the activity and concentration of tin dioxide surface centers was evaluated by temperature-programmed desorption techniques using probe molecules, FTIR spectroscopy, EPR and thermogravimetric methods. The surface sites concentrations decrease was observed with an increase of SnO2 particle size and BET area decrease. The active sites of SnO2 were found to be selectively promoted by the additives. Accumulation of surface OH-groups including hydroxyl spin centers and Broensted acid sites was characteristic for SnO2/PdOx nanocomposites as a result of water chemisorption enhancement due to proposed electronic clusters-support interaction. Ruthenium oxide was shown to increase the concentration of chemisorbed oxygen species via oxygen spillover route. [ DOI ]

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