P-W-BRC-128 Catalysis and In-situ Studies of RhCon Nanoclusters Supported on Co3O4 Nanorods

Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Ballroom C (Galt House Hotel)
Franklin Tao1, Lei Wang2, Anatoly I. Frenkel3, Shiran Zhang1 and Anitha Patlolla3, (1)University of Notre Dame, USA, (2)Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Science, China, (3)Yeshiva University, USA.
Rh1/Co3O4 was synthesized for a controlled impregnation. In-situ and operando studies suggested that surface of Rh1/Co3O4 with singly dispersed Rh atoms is restructured into a new geometry RhCon/Co3O4 at 220oC in NO and H2, which is highly active for reduction of nitric oxide with hydrogen with high selectivity.

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