Material Brief: Cobalt Oxide (black) – Temperature Programmed Reduction – Autosorb 6200

A cobalt oxide sample was analyzed by temperature programmed reduction (TPR) using various temperature ramps. Activation energy was calculated from the data.

An important property for cobalt includes the reduction temperature because this correlates to its ability to be used in catalysis and to its behavior and state when exposed to atmosphere. In addition, the activation energy, another critical material property of a catalyst, gives insight into the energy barrier that must be surmounted for a reaction to occur. The Anton Paar Autosorb 6200 was used to measure the reduction temperature via a temperature programmed reduction experiment. Activation energy was calculated from the data using the Kaomi React software.

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