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Combined theoretical and experimental kinetic approach for methane conversion on model supported Pd/La0.7MnO3 NGV catalyst: Sensitivity to inlet gas composition and consequence on the Pd-support interface

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New insights into reaction mechanism for catalytic methane combustion are provided in broad operating conditions on Pd/La0.7MnO3 as model natural gas vehicle catalyst. Under lean and dry conditions, a dual mechanism is suggested with active sites combining reactive oxygen species from La0.7MnO3 and palladium instead of single site reaction mechanism. Aging in wet atmosphere has no consequence on the kinetic behavior. On the other hand, in wet atmosphere near the stoichiometry, strong accumulation of hydroxyl groups on the support would suppress the metal-support interface. Accordingly, methane combustion would take place only on Pd particles.

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hal-04142518 , version 1 (31-01-2024)

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Yuanshuang Zheng, Amaury Decoster, Andrea Osti, Antonella Glisenti, Jean-Philippe Dacquin, et al.. Combined theoretical and experimental kinetic approach for methane conversion on model supported Pd/La0.7MnO3 NGV catalyst: Sensitivity to inlet gas composition and consequence on the Pd-support interface. Applied Catalysis A : General, 2022, Applied Catalysis A : General, 641, pp.118687. ⟨10.1016/j.apcata.2022.118687⟩. ⟨hal-04142518⟩
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