Effects of sintering-resistance and large metal-support interface of alumina nanorod-stabilized Pt nanoparticle catalysts on the improved high temperature water gas shift reaction activity
- Effects of sintering-resistance and large metal-support interface of alumina nanorod-stabilized Pt nanoparticle catalysts on the improved high temperature water gas shift reaction activity
- 인드리야티; 리드완; 정고은; 이윤수; 최재욱; 윤창원; 서동진; 하정명
- Pt nanoparticles; Alumina nanorods; Water gas shift reaction; Metal-support interface
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- Catalysis communications
- VOL 56, 11-16
- Pt nanoparticles stabilized with alumina nanorods (Pt@Al2O3) were synthesized by a simple preparation method using a mixture of Pt nanoparticles, an alumina precursor, an organic surfactant, and a reducing agent. Because the alumina nanorods stabilized Pt nanoparticles, the sintering of Pt nanoparticles was significantly suppressed during a high temperature water gas shift reaction, demonstrating 1.7–13.6 times higher CO conversions or 1.0–8.0 times higher TOF compared to other alumina-supported Pt catalysts. In addition, the increased metal–support interface for Pt@Al2O3 significantly improved the water gas shift reaction activity.
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