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Catalytic activity of solid solutions of nickelous and zinc oxides

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A comparison of the change in the rules of chemisorption of gas-acceptors and donors of electrons with catalytic activity for processes with gases of the same type showed that the change in the catalytic properties of NiO and ZnO and their solid solutions may be explained by the effect of dissolved oxides Li2O, Ga2O3, Fe2O3, etc., on chemisorption. The change in chemisorption is considered to be connected with the effect of cations with an anomalous charge in the lattice points on the statistics of the active centers on the surface.

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Keier, N.P. Catalytic activity of solid solutions of nickelous and zinc oxides. Russ Chem Bull 9, 363–369 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00912251

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Keywords

  • Oxide
  • Zinc
  • Solid Solution
  • Fe2O3
  • Catalytic Activity