KF51 Nanoplasmonic sensing applications for catalysis, hydrogen storage and nanomaterials

Thursday, June 9, 2011: 8:40 AM
Ambassador Ballroom 3 (Detroit Marriott Hotel at the Renaissance Center )
Bengt Kasemo, Applied Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden


We have developed and applied indirect nanoplasmonic sensing (INSP) to study real time nanoscale processes in catalysis, hydrogen storage/release, nanocalorimetry, phase transitions and oxidation/corrosion. Examples are presented for kinetics and light off for CO+O2 on Pt, NOx storage/release on Pt/BaO and particle size dependent kinetics and thermodynamics for H2/Pd.

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