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Mesoporous Anatase Titania Hollow Nanostructures though Silica-Protected Calcination
The crystallization of nanometer-scale materials during high-temperature calcination can be controlled by a thin layer of surface coating. Here, a novel silica-protected calcination process forExpand
Hydrous Ruthenium Oxide Nanoparticles Anchored to Graphene and Carbon Nanotube Hybrid Foam for Supercapacitors
In real life applications, supercapacitors (SCs) often can only be used as part of a hybrid system together with other high energy storage devices due to their relatively lower energy density inExpand
Core-shell nanostructured catalysts.
Novel nanotechnologies have allowed great improvements in the syn-thesis of catalysts with well-controlled size, shape, and surface properties. Transition metal nanostructures with specific sizes andExpand
A highly active titanium dioxide based visible-light photocatalyst with nonmetal doping and plasmonic metal decoration.
A sandwich-structured photocatalyst shows an excellent performance in degradation reactions of a number of organic compounds under UV, visible light, and direct sunlight (see picture). The catalystExpand
Probing liquid/solid interfaces at the molecular level.
  • F. Zaera
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Chemical reviews
  • 25 January 2012
Probing catalytic reactions at surfaces
A review of the major contributions from modern surface science to the understanding of the chemistry of heterogeneous catalysis is provided. A number of basic concepts, including the nature ofExpand
Hydrogenation of ethylene over platinum (111) single-crystal surfaces
The hydrogenation of ethylene with both hydrogen and deuterium was studied over (111) platinum single-crystal surfaces under a total pressure of 110 torr and a temperature range of 300-370 K. AnExpand
Reflection absorption infrared spectroscopy and kinetic studies of the reactivity of ethylene on Pt(111) surfaces
Abstract The chemistry of ethylene on Pt(111) single-crystal surfaces has proven quite complex because it involves the simultaneous occurrence of several reactions, namely molecular desorption,Expand
Surface Defect Characterization in Oxygen-Dosed Nickel Surfaces and in NiO Thin Films by CO Adsorption−Desorption Experiments
Oxygen-covered Ni(110) as well as thin NiO films grown by oxidation of that surface were characterized under ultrahigh vacuum by using low-energy electron diffraction (LEED), X-ray photoelectronExpand