457 Catalysis for C1 Chemistry III: CO Hydrogenation and CH3OH Conversion

Wednesday, November 11, 2015: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
355D (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Catalysis for C1 chemistry is of critical importance. We invite theoretical and experimental contributions that use methane, CO, methanol, and CO2 as feedstock for the production of fuels and chemicals.

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division
Hydrogen Production and Storage (T4C)
Andrew Medford Email: ajmedfor@gmail.com
Ye Xu Email: yexu@lsu.edu

8:50 AM
(457b) Heat Effects Determine Catalyst Lifetime in Methanol-to-Hydrocarbons Reaction
Irina Prokopyeva, Sara Pereira, Filipe Lopes, Jorge Gascon and Freek Kapteijn

9:50 AM
(457e) Computational and Experimental Insight into the Intrinsic Selectivity of Syngas Conversion over Rh(111)
Andrew Medford, Nuoya Yang, Felix Studt, Stacey F. Bent and Jens K. Norskov

10:10 AM
(457f) DFT Study of the CH Hydrogenation and CH-CH Carbon Coupling Reactions on Different Surface Facets of Co Catalyst
Dennis F. Petersen, Yousef Alanazi, Andrew Traverson, Jair Lizarazo-Adarme, Goran N. Jovanovic, Alexandre F.T. Yokochi and Liney Arnadottir

10:30 AM
(457g) CO-Induced Layer Sequence Reconstruction By CO Adsorption on Cocu Model Catalysts
Gregory Collinge, Yizhi Xiang, Norbert Kruse and Jean-Sabin McEwen
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