Absorption and disproportionation of CO on palladium alloys
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Carbon monoxide is adsorbed in two forms on a palladium-ruthenium alloy, one of which is related to CO dissociation.
The presence of hydrogen on the surface of binary alloys of Pd with Ru and Ni decreases the probability of CO2 formation.
KeywordsHydrogen Carbon Monoxide Palladium Binary Alloy Disproportionation
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