Electrochemical Promotion and Metal-Support Interactions

@article{Nicole2001ElectrochemicalPA,
  title={Electrochemical Promotion and Metal-Support Interactions},
  author={J. Nicole and Dimitrios Tsiplakides and C. Pliangos and Xenophon E. Verykios and Christos Comninellis and Costas G. Vayenas},
  journal={Journal of Catalysis},
  year={2001},
  volume={204},
  pages={23-34}
}
Ethylene oxidn. on IrO2, which is a metal-type conducting metal oxide, and on Pt and Rh was used as a model reaction to compare the rate enhancement and kinetic modification induced by (i) electrochem. promotion (non-Faradaic electrochem. modification of catalytic activity effect) via electrochem. O2- supply from YSZ (Y2O3-stabilized ZrO2) and TiO2 and by (ii) metal-support interactions obtained by interfacing IrO2 with TiO2 (with and without electrochem. promotion) or by depositing dispersed… 

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