Identification of functional groups on the surface of modified organic materials using the FT-IR/PAS method
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Interactions between NO and the surface of waste plum stones have been studied by FTIR-PAS in order to identify the nitrogen species formed. It is possible that there are some additional active centres generated on their surface. Identification of surface functional groups was needed to characterize their influence on the properties of obtained materials which were used as catalyst support in our further research.
KeywordsActive Carbon European Physical Journal Special Topic Carbonaceous Material Surface Functional Group Industrial Catalyst
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