P-Tu-93 Size control of Ni2P nanoparticles: Consequences for hydrodesulfurization activity on different supports (silica and γ alumina)

Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Ontario Exhibit Hall (Detroit Marriott Hotel at the Renaissance Center )
Galbokka H. Layan Savithra, Chemistry, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
The ability to synthesize Ni2P particles with control of size  has been demonstrated and may enable quantification of the relationship between active site density and HDS activity.  A detailed analysis of ripening as a function of support characteristics  is expected to establish appropriate conditions to preserve particle size and phase.

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