Observing How Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis Catalysts Work at the Nanoscale via Operando STXM

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In a recent Angewandte Chemie paper, Weckhuysen and coworkers report an elegantly designed operando scanning transmission X-ray microscopy study on the industrially important Co/TiO2 catalyst for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. They reveal the structure-performance relationship between the Co valence state and the chemical nature of the organic films deposited on the catalyst grains. In a recent Angewandte Chemie paper, Weckhuysen and coworkers report an elegantly designed operando scanning transmission X-ray microscopy study on the industrially important Co/TiO2 catalyst for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. They reveal the structure-performance relationship between the Co valence state and the chemical nature of the organic films deposited on the catalyst grains.

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Yao, S., Xiao, D., & Ma, D. (2018, November 8). Observing How Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis Catalysts Work at the Nanoscale via Operando STXM. Chem. Elsevier Inc. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chempr.2018.10.012

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