Variation in the In2O3 Crystal Phase Alters Catalytic Performance toward the Reverse Water Gas Shift Reaction

Volume: 10, Issue: 5, Pages: 3264 - 3273
Published: Dec 24, 2019
Abstract
Understanding the structure–catalytic activity relationship is crucial for developing new catalysts with desired performance. In this contribution, we report the performance of In2O3 with different crystal phases in the reverse water gas shift (RWGS) reaction, where we observe changing activity induced by a phase transition under reaction conditions. Cubic In2O3 (c-In2O3) exhibits a higher RWGS rate than the hexagonal phase (h-In2O3) at...
Paper Details
Title
Variation in the In2O3 Crystal Phase Alters Catalytic Performance toward the Reverse Water Gas Shift Reaction
Published Date
Dec 24, 2019
Volume
10
Issue
5
Pages
3264 - 3273
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