Surface reactions of carbon dioxide at the adsorbed water-oxide interface

@inproceedings{Baltrusaitis2007SurfaceRO,
  title={Surface reactions of carbon dioxide at the adsorbed water-oxide interface},
  author={Jonas Baltrusaitis and Jennifer D. Schuttlefield and Elizabeth Zeitler and Jan H. Jensen and Vicki H Grassian},
  year={2007}
}
In this study, FTIR spectroscopy is used to investigate surface reactions of carbon dioxide at the adsorbed water−oxide interface. In particular, FTIR spectra following CO2 adsorption in the presence and absence of coadsorbed water on hydroxylated nanoparticulate Fe2O3 and γ-Al2O3 at 296 K are reported. In the absence of coadsorbed water, CO2 reacts with surface O−H groups to form adsorbed bicarbonate on the surface. In the presence of coadsorbed water, this reaction is blocked as water… CONTINUE READING

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