Original paper

Co3O4 Nanosheets Preferentially Growing (220) Facet with a Large Amount of Surface Chemisorbed Oxygen for Efficient Oxidation of Elemental Mercury from Flue Gas

Volume: 54, Issue: 14, Pages: 8601 - 8611
Published: Jun 4, 2020
Abstract
Oxygen vacancies can capture and activate gaseous oxygen, forming surface chemisorbed oxygen, which plays an important role in the Hg0 oxidation process. Fine control of oxygen vacancies is necessary and a major challenge in this field. A novel method for facet control combined with morphology control was used to synthesize Co3O4 nanosheets preferentially growing (220) facet to give more oxygen vacancies. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS)...
Paper Details
Title
Co3O4 Nanosheets Preferentially Growing (220) Facet with a Large Amount of Surface Chemisorbed Oxygen for Efficient Oxidation of Elemental Mercury from Flue Gas
Published Date
Jun 4, 2020
Volume
54
Issue
14
Pages
8601 - 8611
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