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PROMOTION OF THE METAL-OXIDE SUPPORT INTERACTION IN THE NI/TIO2 CATALYST - CRUCIAL ROLE OF THE METHOD OF PREPARATION, THE STRUCTURE OF TIO2 AND THE NITIO3 INTERMEDIATE

SANKAR, G; RAO, CNR; RAYMENT, T; (1991) PROMOTION OF THE METAL-OXIDE SUPPORT INTERACTION IN THE NI/TIO2 CATALYST - CRUCIAL ROLE OF THE METHOD OF PREPARATION, THE STRUCTURE OF TIO2 AND THE NITIO3 INTERMEDIATE. J MATER CHEM , 1 (2) 299 - 300.

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Abstract

Based on in situ X-ray diffraction and EXAFS studies, it is shown that NiTiO3 formed by the reaction of TiO2 (anatase) with Ni2+ during the calcination of Ni/TiO2, gives rise to Ni metal and TiO2 (rutile) on reduction, a process that may be responsible for the strong interaction between the metal and the oxide support.

Type:Article
Title:PROMOTION OF THE METAL-OXIDE SUPPORT INTERACTION IN THE NI/TIO2 CATALYST - CRUCIAL ROLE OF THE METHOD OF PREPARATION, THE STRUCTURE OF TIO2 AND THE NITIO3 INTERMEDIATE
Keywords:ANATASE RUTILE TRANSFORMATION, METAL SUPPORT INTERACTION, NI/TIO2 CATALYST
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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