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Gas — Solid Interphase: Characterization by Infrared Spectroscopies

  • S. Coluccia
  • L. Marchese
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Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (ASIC, volume 237)

Abstract

Infrared techniques give relevant and detailed information on: a) the structure of sites exposed on the surface of catalysts, b) the chemical nature and the structure of adsorbed species and c) the interactions in the adsorbed layer. The use of CO as a classic “probe” molecule is illustrated by the I.R. spectra obtained with model systems such as NiO and MgO. Carbon monoxide adsorption studies contributed to the characterization of active sites and to the understanding of the polymerization mechanism on the chromia-silica Phillips catalyst. The use of infrared spectroscopy to study the formation of anionic species by heterolytic dissociation of H2, NH3, hydrocarbons, etc. and the occurence of electron-transfer reactions between adsorbed species is also described. Preliminary results on photocatalytic systems are quoted.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. Coluccia
    • 1
  • L. Marchese
    • 1
  1. 1.Istituto di Chimica FisicaTorinoItaly

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