Sarode, PR and Sankar, G and Srinivasan, A and Vasudevan, S and Rao, CNR and Thomas, JM (1984) X-Ray Spectroscopic Studies of the Surface Species in Co-Mo-Al2O3 Hydrodesulphurization Catalysts. In: Angewandte Chemie International, 23 (4). pp. 323-324.
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Octahedrally coordinated CoII and MoIV species are present on the surfaces of sulfided Co-Mo-Al2O3 catalysts used for hydrodesulfurization. They were characterized by XPE, EXAFS and XANES data. An excess of sulfur in the surface species can be explained in terms of the presence of S[stack 22 ] ions. Disulfide bridges could play a role in the hydrodesulfurization.
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|Date Deposited:||28 Jan 2010 09:33|
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