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Laser application in environmental catalysis
Author(s): Eugenia Ivana; Veronica Lacatusu; Mariana Chelu; Constantin G. Fenic; Razvan V. Dabu; Aurel Stratan; Dumitru Dragulinescu; Ioan Chis
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Paper Abstract

CO2 reduction to CH4, by H2, can be achieved at room temperature over a NiO catalyst under laser irradiation. The H2 adsorption states on NiO surface, pre-irradiated and non-irradiated, were put in evidence by Temperature Programmed Desorption. A 248 nm KrF* excimer laser radiation was used to stimulate the filling of the room temperature H2 adsorption state, considered as the first step of the CO2 methanation mechanism.

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Date Published: 8 March 1995
PDF: 3 pages
Proc. SPIE 2461, ROMOPTO '94: Fourth Conference in Optics, (8 March 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.203511
Show Author Affiliations
Eugenia Ivana, Institute of Physical Chemistry (Romania)
Veronica Lacatusu, Institute of Physical Chemistry (Romania)
Mariana Chelu, Institute of Physical Chemistry (Romania)
Constantin G. Fenic, Institute of Atomic Physics (Romania)
Razvan V. Dabu, Institute of Atomic Physics (Romania)
Aurel Stratan, Institute of Atomic Physics (Romania)
Dumitru Dragulinescu, Institute of Atomic Physics (Romania)
Ioan Chis, Institute of Atomic Physics (Romania)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2461:
ROMOPTO '94: Fourth Conference in Optics
Valentin I. Vlad, Editor(s)

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