1 Department of Physics, Technical University of Denmark2 Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology, Technical University of Denmark3 Center for Individual Nanoparticle Functionality, Center, Technical University of Denmark4 Center for Nanoteknologi, Center, Technical University of Denmark5 Department of Energy Conversion and Storage, Technical University of Denmark6 Technical University of Denmark7 Experimental Surface and Nanomaterials Physics, Department of Physics, Technical University of Denmark
Oxidation of CO under fast forced temperature oscillations shows increased reaction rate compared to steady state. A maximum increase of 40% is observed relative to steady state. The reaction rate is investigated for varying mean temperature, amplitude and frequency. As function of mean temperature and amplitude a maximum is observed, whereas the reaction rate increases monotonically as function of frequency. The phase difference between the CO, O2 and CO2 signals changes monotonically with varying oscillation parameters.
Catalysis Communications, 2006, Vol 7, Issue 5, p. 272-275
; Microreactors; Non-steady state; Catalysis; Fast forced temperature oscillations