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Apparent equilibrium shifts and hot-spot formation for catalytic reactions induced by microwave dielectric heating

Zhang, Xunli, Hayward, David O. and Mingos, D. Michael P. (1999) Apparent equilibrium shifts and hot-spot formation for catalytic reactions induced by microwave dielectric heating Chemical Communications, (11), pp. 975-976. (doi:10.1039/a901245a).

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Microwave dielectric heating of the gas phase decomposition of H2S catalysed by metal sulfides on a -Al2O3 support results in significant apparent shifts in the equilibrium constant, which have been attributed to the development of hot-spots in the catalytic beds; X-ray diffraction and electron microscopy measurements have indicated the formation of hot-spots with dimensions of 90–1000 µm and which involve not only the active phase, but also the support.

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Published date: 1999

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Local EPrints ID: 49118
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/49118
ISSN: 1359-7345
PURE UUID: 56f68534-4c88-4f9c-9c2c-ce495eacda12

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Date deposited: 26 Oct 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:57

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Author: Xunli Zhang
Author: David O. Hayward
Author: D. Michael P. Mingos

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