KL-Th-Jon-6 In situ and Operando X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy in Catalysis

Thursday, June 6, 2013: 10:20 AM
Jones (Galt House Hotel)
Jeffrey T. Miller1, Bo Hu2, Neil M. Schweitzer1, Hacksung Kim1,3, Ujjal Das1, Peter C. Stair1,3, Larry A. Curtiss1, Adam S. Hock1,2, Elizabeth A. Mader1, A. Jeremy Kropf1, Tao Li1, Aikaterini Soulantika4, Thomas Blon4, Nikkos Likakos4 and Bruno Chadret4, (1)Argonne National Laboratory, USA, (2)Illinois Institute of Technology, USA, (3)Northwestern University, USA, (4)INSA-CNRS-UPS Institut National des Sciences Appliquées, France.


Today, there are many reactor cells designs that allow the catalytic scientist to measure any catalyst, heterogeneous and homogenous, under realistic reaction conditions, including pressures up to about 50 atm and temperatures up to 800°C.

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