Issue 17, 2014

Nanoalloying bulk-immiscible iridium and palladium inhibits hydride formation and promotes catalytic performances

Abstract

The hydrogen sorption properties of oxide-supported Ir–Pd nanoalloys have been determined for the first time, and correlated with their catalytic behavior. The addition of Ir to Pd suppresses hydride formation and leads to improved catalytic performances with respect to pure metals in the preferential oxidation of CO in H2 excess (PROX).

Graphical abstract: Nanoalloying bulk-immiscible iridium and palladium inhibits hydride formation and promotes catalytic performances

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Article information

Article type
Communication
Submitted
23 May 2014
Accepted
24 Jun 2014
First published
26 Jun 2014

Nanoscale, 2014,6, 9955-9959

Author version available

Nanoalloying bulk-immiscible iridium and palladium inhibits hydride formation and promotes catalytic performances

C. Zlotea, F. Morfin, T. S. Nguyen, N. T. Nguyen, J. Nelayah, C. Ricolleau, M. Latroche and L. Piccolo, Nanoscale, 2014, 6, 9955 DOI: 10.1039/C4NR02836H

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