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1887
Volume 18, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 0032-1400

Abstract

The basic particles of palladium blacks have been observed to cluster into macroscopic aggregates. Hydrogen treatment increases remarkably both the extent and degree of ordering of these aggregates. This may result in a substantial percentage of their surface areas being unavailable for adsorption. A theoretical model is proposed to account for the effects of this phenomenon in these and other unsupported and supported catalysts. Its predictions can be used to optimise their surface area and activity.

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