310 Catalysis for CO2 Conversion I

Tuesday, November 18, 2014: 12:30 PM
306 (Hilton Atlanta)
The (photo/electro-) catalytic fixation of CO2 into fine chemicals and fuels is a promising technology to reduce overall CO2 emissions. We invite theoretical and experimental contributions that use CO2 as feedstock for the production of CO, methane, methanol, formic acid, hydrocarbons and other useful products.

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division
Low Pressure (01G), Fossil Fuels & CCS (T4G)

Maria Curet-Arana
Email: maria.curetarana@upr.edu

Ronald Michalsky
Email: michalskyr@ethz.ch

12:50 PM
(310b) Modified Sn Surfaces for the Electrochemical Reduction of CO2
Jeremy Feaster, Etosha R. Cave, Toru Hatsukade, David N. Abram, Kendra P. Kuhl, Christopher J. Hahn and Thomas F. Jaramillo

1:10 PM
(310c) Plasmon-Enhanced Reverse Water Gas Shift Reaction over Au/TiO2 Catalyst
Insoo Ro, Aniruddha Upadhye, Xu Zeng, Hyung Ju Kim, Isabel Tejedor, Marc A. Anderson, James A. Dumesic and George W. Huber

1:30 PM
(310d) Surface Coverage of Reaction Intermediates during CO2 Electroreduction and Their Impact on Catalyst Performance
Sneha A. Akhade, Wenjia Luo, Xiaowa Nie, Nicole Bernstein, Aravind Asthagiri and Michael J. Janik

2:10 PM
(310f) DFT Studies on Facet Dependence of CO2 Electroreduction Path and Selectivity
Xiaowa Nie, Wenjia Luo, Michael Janik and Aravind Asthagiri
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