2015 journal article

Methane partial oxidation using FeOx@La0.8Sr0.2FeO3-delta core-shell catalyst - transient pulse studies


By: A. Shafiefarhood n, J. Hamill n, L. Neal n & F. Li n

Contributors: A. Shafiefarhood n, J. Hamill n, L. Neal n & F. Li n

TL;DR: A transient pulse injection approach is used to investigate the mechanisms of methane partial oxidation over the Fe2O3@LSF redox catalyst, and the reaction between methane and the catalyst is found to be highly dynamic, resulting from changes in lattice oxygen availability and surface properties. (via Semantic Scholar)
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