PLANAR MODELS OF ALUMINA BASED CATALYSTS-ION BEAM CHARACTERIZATION OF ANION STABILIZED AMORPHOUS ALUMINA.
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Alumina is one of the most important materials in petroleum processing heterogenous catalysts. The transitional aluminas have surfaces with chemical defects which are catalytically active or act as attachment sites for active phases. The preparation of aluminas with planar configurations are aiding in the efforts at characterization of the chemistry and structure of alumina surfaces via modern surface probes. Amorphous alumina is of interest since it is expected to have high concentrations of these defects. With the purpose of discovering the means and mechanisms of amorphous alumina stabilization and their preparation in planar configuration the authors have been examining the incorporation of anionic species into the alumina structure.
American Chemical Society, Division of Petroleum Chemistry, Preprints
author list (cited authors)
Cocke, D. L., Kormali, S. M., Murphy, O. J., Schweikert, E. A., Halverson, D. E., Polansky, C., & Barros Leite, C. V.
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Cocke, DL||Kormali, SM||Murphy, OJ||Schweikert, EA||Halverson, DE||Polansky, C||Barros Leite, CV