Data underpinning article "Effect of support oxygen storage capacity on the catalytic performance of Rh nanoparticles for CO2 reforming of methane"


Creators: Yentekakis, Ioannis, Goula, Grammatiki, Hatzisymeon, Maria, Betsi-argroppoulou, Ioanna, Botzolaki, Georgia, Kousi, Kalliopi, Kondarides, Dimitris, Taylor, Martin, Parlett, Christopher, Osatiashtiani, Amin, Kyriakou, Georgios, Holgado, Juan and Lambert, Richard
Keywords: Dry reforming of methane, Active sites, Synthesis gas, Rhodium nanoparticles, Support effects, Co2 activation, Oxygen storage capacity, Resistance to carbon deposition, Oxygen ions spillover
Divisions: College of Engineering and Physical Sciences > Energy and Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI)
Funders: European Union and Greek national funds, Royal Society, EPSRC
Projects: RESEARCH-CREATE-INNOVATE, Single atoms as highly selective active sites in heterogeneous catalysis
Grant number: T1EDK-00782, EP/M005186/2
Data Publisher: Aston University
Date Made Available: 21 November 2018
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