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Title

Au-supported on Fe-doped ceria solids prepared in water-in-oil microemulsions: Catalysts for CO oxidation

AuthorsLaguna, Óscar H. ; Centeno, Miguel Ángel ; Boutonnet, M.; Odriozola, José Antonio
KeywordsMicroemulsion
Water-in-oil
Fe-doped ceria
Oxygen vacancies
CO oxidation
Gold catalysts
Issue Date2016
PublisherElsevier
CitationCatalysis Today, 278 (1): 140-149 (2016)
AbstractGold catalysts were synthesized by deposition-precipitation employing Fe-doped ceria systems, previously obtained by means of the water-in-oil microemulsions methodology with different iron contents (10, 25 and 50 Fe at.%). The final catalysts were tested in the CO oxidation reaction in presence of H2. After gold deposition the crystalline structure of the supports was not altered. Moreover no XRD lines associated to gold were detected, indicating its high dispersion. Solid solution was generated in all samples, although the segregation of iron oxide was detected for the material with the highest iron loading. This phenomenon was then enhanced for the corresponding gold catalyst that also presented sintering of the gold nanoparticles. Strong interaction between gold and the oxygen vacancies of the supports was demonstrated, as well as the promotion of the reducibility of surface Ce4+ and Fe3+ species at low temperatures. A remarkable promotion of the CO conversion at lower temperatures respect to that of the supports was observed for the gold catalysts. Below 120 °C, lower the amount of iron incorporated, higher the catalytic performance of the catalyst. This behaviour is closely related not only to a high gold dispersion but also to the ability for creating additional oxygen vacancies in the support, required for the CO oxidation reaction.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cattod.2016.05.059
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/140136
DOI10.1016/j.cattod.2016.05.059
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