Morphological characterization of vanadium oxide supported on carbon-coated monoliths using AFM. Garcia-Bordeje, E, Lazaro, M., Moliner, R, Galindo, J., Sotres, J, & Baro, A. APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE, 228(1-4):135-142, APR 30, 2004.
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Vanadium has been supported on carbon-coated monoliths with three different loadings, viz. 4, 6 and 8 wt.%. The structure of vanadium catalyst has been characterized by atomic force microscopy, N-2 adsorption and XRD. All these techniques agree to indicate that vanadium is dispersed as overlayers up to 6 wt.% loadings. For higher loadings crystallites appear. The size and shape of these crystallites (12 nm average size) have been characterized by AFM. The amount of vanadium per gram of support deposited as monolayer on our carbon support can be higher than in a traditional oxide supports as, e.g. TiO2. This is a consequence of the higher surface area of carbon. The monolayer dispersion of vanadium on the carbon-coated monoliths endows this catalyst with a great potentiality to be used in reactions as, e.g. the SCR of NO at low temperature. (C) 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
@article{ ISI:000221367000020,
Author = {Garcia-Bordeje, E and Lazaro, MJ and Moliner, R and Galindo, JF and
   Sotres, J and Baro, AM},
Title = {{Morphological characterization of vanadium oxide supported on
   carbon-coated monoliths using AFM}},
Journal = {{APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE}},
Year = {{2004}},
Volume = {{228}},
Number = {{1-4}},
Pages = {{135-142}},
Month = {{APR 30}},
Abstract = {{Vanadium has been supported on carbon-coated monoliths with three
   different loadings, viz. 4, 6 and 8 wt.\%. The structure of vanadium
   catalyst has been characterized by atomic force microscopy, N-2
   adsorption and XRD. All these techniques agree to indicate that vanadium
   is dispersed as overlayers up to 6 wt.\% loadings. For higher loadings
   crystallites appear. The size and shape of these crystallites (12 nm
   average size) have been characterized by AFM. The amount of vanadium per
   gram of support deposited as monolayer on our carbon support can be
   higher than in a traditional oxide supports as, e.g. TiO2. This is a
   consequence of the higher surface area of carbon. The monolayer
   dispersion of vanadium on the carbon-coated monoliths endows this
   catalyst with a great potentiality to be used in reactions as, e.g. the
   SCR of NO at low temperature. (C) 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights
   reserved.}},
DOI = {{10.1016/j.apsusc.2004.01.001}},
ISSN = {{0169-4332}},
EISSN = {{1873-5584}},
ResearcherID-Numbers = {{Garcia-Bordeje, Enrique/H-4187-2011
   Galindo-Santos, Juan/R-4085-2018
   LAZARO, MARIA JESUS/K-4585-2014
   Sotres, Javier/L-1900-2013
   Baro, Arturo M/C-4539-2011}},
ORCID-Numbers = {{Garcia-Bordeje, Enrique/0000-0001-8158-1270
   Galindo-Santos, Juan/0000-0003-0846-4128
   LAZARO, MARIA JESUS/0000-0002-4769-2564
   Sotres, Javier/0000-0001-6937-3057
   }},
Unique-ID = {{ISI:000221367000020}},
}
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