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In situ surface analysis of palladium-platinum alloys in methane oxidation conditions

Large, A. I., Bennett, R. A. ORCID:, Eralp-Erden, T. and Held, G. (2022) In situ surface analysis of palladium-platinum alloys in methane oxidation conditions. Faraday Discussions, 236. pp. 157-177. ISSN 1364-5498

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Palladium and palladium-platinum foils were analysed using temperature-programmed near-ambient pressure x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (TP-NAP-XPS) under methane oxidation conditions. Oxidation of palladium is inhibited by the presence of water, and in oxygen-poor environments. Pt addition further inhibits oxidation of palladium across all reaction conditions, preserving metallic palladium to higher temperatures. Bimetallic foils underwent significant restructuring under reaction conditions, with platinum preferentially migrating to the bulk under select conditions.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Life Sciences > School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy > Department of Chemistry
ID Code:105100
Publisher:Royal Society of Chemistry


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