Our In Situ Solutions
In recent research performed at the David Cockayne Centre for Electron Microscopy and ePSIC using our Climate system, scientists were able to obtain a deep understanding of the effect of hydrogen versus syngas on the reducibility of cobalt oxide nanoparticles supported on hollow carbon spheres. By uncovering highly effective methods to obtain sintering-resistant metallic Co nanoparticles at lower temperatures on carbon supports, this work provides valuable insights that can inform important industrial processes.
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