Desorption products during linear heating of copper zeolites with pre-adsorbed methanol.

  title={Desorption products during linear heating of copper zeolites with pre-adsorbed methanol.},
  author={Xueting Wang and Adam A. Arvidsson and Magnus Skoglundh and Anders Hellman and Per-Anders Carlsson},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
Desorption products from zeolites with medium (MFI) and small (CHA) pores and with and without ion-exchanged copper were studied during linear heating after the pre-adsorption of methanol using a chemical flow reactor with a gas phase Fourier transform infrared spectrometer. The methanol desorption profiles were deconvoluted and compared with those predicted from first-principles calculations. In situ diffuse reflectance infrared Fourier transform spectroscopy was used to study the samples… 

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