782 Rational Catalyst Design III: Improving the Selectivity and Stability of Catalytic Sites

Friday, November 18, 2016: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Imperial B (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
Rational catalyst design has the potential to speed up the discovery of new materials with tailored properties and eventually eliminate trial-and-error testing. The identification of relevant descriptors, screening methods, and the development of structure-property relationships are just a few examples that illustrate these efforts. This session welcomes contributions that describe experimental or theoretical methods that aim to enable the rational design catalytic materials with improved activity, selectivity, stability, or poison resistance. Section I of Rational Catalyst Design focuses on the rational design of catalyst active sites and their surrounding environments to achieve improved activity, selectivity, or stability.

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division

Matteo Cargnello
Email: mcargn@stanford.edu

Siris Laursen
Email: slaursen@utk.edu

12:30 PM

12:50 PM

1:10 PM
(782c) Systematic Investigation of Earth-Abundant Transition Metal Promoters for Pd-Catalyzed Methane Complete Combustion
Joshua Willis, Ian Naccarella, Helen Yan, Joseph Maalouf, Kester Wade and Matteo Cargnello

1:30 PM
(782d) Unraveling the Nature of Boundary Sites of Metal-on-Oxide Catalysts
Prateek Mehta, Jeffrey P. Greeley, W. Nicholas Delgass and William F. Schneider

2:10 PM
(782f) Using Non-Covalent Interactions to Control Availability of Different Catalyst Sites
Michael Janik, J. Will Medlin, Chih-Heng Lien and Gaurav Kumar
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