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Title
Nanoscale thermodynamic aspects of plasma catalysis
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Abstract
Plasma catalysis continues to gain increasing scientific interest, both in established fields like toxic waste abatement and emerging fields like greenhouse gas conversion into value-added chemicals. Attention is typically focused on the obtained conversion process selectivity, rates and energy efficiency. Much less attention is usually paid to the underlying mechanistic aspects of the processes that occur. In this contribution, we critically examine a number of fundamentally important nanoscale thermodynamic aspects of plasma catalysis, which are very relevant to these processes but so far have been overlooked or insufficiently covered in the plasma catalysis literature.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Catalysis today. - Amsterdam
Publication
Amsterdam : 2015
ISSN
0920-5861
Volume/pages
256:1(2015), p. 23-28
ISI
000360085300004
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UAntwerpen
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Creation 14.09.2015
Last edited 12.06.2017
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