Oxidative Thermal Sintering and Redispersion of Rh Nanoparticles on Supports with High Oxygen Ion LabilityCitation formats

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  • Grammatiki Goula
  • Georgia Botzolaki
  • Amin Osatiashtiani
  • Georgios Kyriakou
  • Richard M. Lambert
  • Ioannis V. Yentekakis

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Oxidative Thermal Sintering and Redispersion of Rh Nanoparticles on Supports with High Oxygen Ion Lability. / Goula, Grammatiki; Botzolaki, Georgia; Osatiashtiani, Amin; Parlett, Christopher M. A.; Kyriakou, Georgios; Lambert, Richard M.; Yentekakis, Ioannis V.

In: Catalysts, Vol. 9, No. 6, 17.06.2019.

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Goula, G, Botzolaki, G, Osatiashtiani, A, Parlett, CMA, Kyriakou, G, Lambert, RM & Yentekakis, IV 2019, 'Oxidative Thermal Sintering and Redispersion of Rh Nanoparticles on Supports with High Oxygen Ion Lability', Catalysts, vol. 9, no. 6. https://doi.org/10.3390/catal9060541

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Goula, G., Botzolaki, G., Osatiashtiani, A., Parlett, C. M. A., Kyriakou, G., Lambert, R. M., & Yentekakis, I. V. (2019). Oxidative Thermal Sintering and Redispersion of Rh Nanoparticles on Supports with High Oxygen Ion Lability. Catalysts, 9(6). https://doi.org/10.3390/catal9060541

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Goula, Grammatiki ; Botzolaki, Georgia ; Osatiashtiani, Amin ; Parlett, Christopher M. A. ; Kyriakou, Georgios ; Lambert, Richard M. ; Yentekakis, Ioannis V. / Oxidative Thermal Sintering and Redispersion of Rh Nanoparticles on Supports with High Oxygen Ion Lability. In: Catalysts. 2019 ; Vol. 9, No. 6.

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title = "Oxidative Thermal Sintering and Redispersion of Rh Nanoparticles on Supports with High Oxygen Ion Lability",
abstract = "The thermal sintering under oxidative conditions of Rh nanoparticles supported on oxides characterized by very different oxygen storage capacities (OSC) and labilities was studied at 750 and 850 °C. Under sintering conditions, significant particle growth occurred for Rh/γ-Al2O3 (up to 120{\%} at 850 °C). In striking contrast, Rh/ACZ (alumina–ceria–zirconia) and Rh/CZ (ceria–zirconia) exhibited marked resistance to sintering, and even moderate (ca. −10{\%} at 850 °C) to pronounced (ca. −60{\%} at 850 °C) redispersion of the Rh. A model is proposed based on a double-layer description of metal–support interactions assigned to back-spillover of labile oxygen ions onto the Rh particles, accompanied by trapping of atomic Rh by the resulting surface oxygen vacancies. This model accounts for the observed resistance to sintering and actual redispersion of Rh, consistent with both alternative sintering mechanisms, namely Ostwald ripening (OR) or particle migration and coalescence (PMC).",
keywords = "rhodium, alumina ceria zirconia, nanoparticles sintering, redispersion, oxygen storage capacity, atom trapping, Ostwald ripening, particle migration and coalescence, metal-support interactions",
author = "Grammatiki Goula and Georgia Botzolaki and Amin Osatiashtiani and Parlett, {Christopher M. A.} and Georgios Kyriakou and Lambert, {Richard M.} and Yentekakis, {Ioannis V.}",
year = "2019",
month = "6",
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journal = "Catalysts",
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AU - Parlett, Christopher M. A.

AU - Kyriakou, Georgios

AU - Lambert, Richard M.

AU - Yentekakis, Ioannis V.

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N2 - The thermal sintering under oxidative conditions of Rh nanoparticles supported on oxides characterized by very different oxygen storage capacities (OSC) and labilities was studied at 750 and 850 °C. Under sintering conditions, significant particle growth occurred for Rh/γ-Al2O3 (up to 120% at 850 °C). In striking contrast, Rh/ACZ (alumina–ceria–zirconia) and Rh/CZ (ceria–zirconia) exhibited marked resistance to sintering, and even moderate (ca. −10% at 850 °C) to pronounced (ca. −60% at 850 °C) redispersion of the Rh. A model is proposed based on a double-layer description of metal–support interactions assigned to back-spillover of labile oxygen ions onto the Rh particles, accompanied by trapping of atomic Rh by the resulting surface oxygen vacancies. This model accounts for the observed resistance to sintering and actual redispersion of Rh, consistent with both alternative sintering mechanisms, namely Ostwald ripening (OR) or particle migration and coalescence (PMC).

AB - The thermal sintering under oxidative conditions of Rh nanoparticles supported on oxides characterized by very different oxygen storage capacities (OSC) and labilities was studied at 750 and 850 °C. Under sintering conditions, significant particle growth occurred for Rh/γ-Al2O3 (up to 120% at 850 °C). In striking contrast, Rh/ACZ (alumina–ceria–zirconia) and Rh/CZ (ceria–zirconia) exhibited marked resistance to sintering, and even moderate (ca. −10% at 850 °C) to pronounced (ca. −60% at 850 °C) redispersion of the Rh. A model is proposed based on a double-layer description of metal–support interactions assigned to back-spillover of labile oxygen ions onto the Rh particles, accompanied by trapping of atomic Rh by the resulting surface oxygen vacancies. This model accounts for the observed resistance to sintering and actual redispersion of Rh, consistent with both alternative sintering mechanisms, namely Ostwald ripening (OR) or particle migration and coalescence (PMC).

KW - rhodium

KW - alumina ceria zirconia

KW - nanoparticles sintering

KW - redispersion

KW - oxygen storage capacity

KW - atom trapping

KW - Ostwald ripening

KW - particle migration and coalescence

KW - metal-support interactions

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JO - Catalysts

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