Catalyst Design and Synthesis: Gold

Tuesday, June 4, 2013: 3:40 PM-5:20 PM
Ballroom B (Galt House Hotel)
Maria Flytzani-Stephanopoulos, Tufts University, USA and Mayfair C. Kung, Northwestern University, USA.
3:40 PM
Synthesizing and Characterizing Catalysts Using Gold Nanoparticles as the Support Material
Michael S. Wong, Lori A. Pretzer, Juan Velazquez, Zhun Zhao and Huifeng Qian, Rice University, USA.
4:00 PM
The Importance of Open Sites in Gold Catalysis: Oxidation and Reduction Reactions
Michael M. Nigra1, Ilke Arslan2 and Alexander Katz1, (1)University of California Berkeley, USA, (2)Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA.
4:20 PM
Maximizing Activity and Stability by Inverting Gold Catalysis: Oxide Particles on Nanoporous Gold
Andre Wichmann1, Arne Wittstock1, Kristian Frank1, Monika Biener2, Bjoern Neumann1, Juergen Biener2, Andreas Rosenauer1 and Marcus Baeumer1, (1)University of Bremen, Germany, (2)Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA.
4:40 PM
Oxidation of Acohols, Diols, and Polyols Using Au-Pd/C Bimetallic Catalysts Prepared by Electroless Deposition
Abraham A. Rodriguez1, Michael B. Griffin2, J. Will Medlin2, John R. Monnier1 and Christopher T. Williams1, (1)University of South Carolina, USA, (2)University of Colorado, USA.
5:00 PM
Development of Ultra-stable FeOx Supported Au Single-atom Catalyst for CO Oxidation
Botao Qiao1, Jingyue Liu1 and Tao Zhang2, (1)Arizona State University, USA, (2)Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, China.