Features of reduction and chemisorption properties of nanosized iron(III) oxide View Full Text


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2016-12

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A. S. Lyadov, A. A. Kochubeev, E. B. Markova, O. P. Parenago, S. N. Khadzhiev

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Nanosized iron(III) oxide with an average particle size of 8–10 nm has been synthesized by the thermolysis of iron(III) acetylacetonate using diphenyl ether as a dispersion medium. Reduction processes in a hydrogen atmosphere in the presence of nanosized iron oxide and natural mineral hematite (Fe2O3) have been studied by the temperature-programmed reduction method. The activation energies of the reduction processes have been determined by the Kissinger method; it has been shown that, in the case of nano-Fe2O3, the activation energies are several times higher than the respective values observed for hematite. The adsorption properties of nano-Fe2O3 and hematite have been studied; the isosteric heats of chemisorption of hydrogen and carbon monoxide on the surface of these samples have been determined. More... »

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1134-1139

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