e-SPRESSO WEBINAR-Fast-Track Your Catalyst Research: Rapid, Accurate Structural Characterization of Catalysts and Catalyst Supports
Heterogenous catalysts are integral to many industries and used in a wide variety of chemical reactions, to increase reaction efficiency and yield. This requires understanding of the physical properties of the catalyst and the catalyst support. These physical properties include surface area, and pore size and pore volume, particularly of the support, all of which can affect metal loading achievement and dispersion during catalyst synthesis, as well as mechanical stability and recyclability.
While catalysts speed up chemical reactions, the new Anton Paar Nova 600/800 series catalyzes their structural characterization with state-of-the-art physisorption technology according to the Nova design principles, all while complying with ASTM D4222 requirements for catalyst support characterization:
Next-generation hardware and accompanying software features
Operational simplicity across the entire analysis workflow: preparation and measurement
Velocity, so you can have both speed of analysis and precision
Adaptability, so you can keep pace with your analytical needs – today and tomorrow
- Introduction to physisorption and choice of adsorptive
- Discussion of the recommended data reduction methods for surface area and pore size and volume characterization
- Measurement, data analysis, and reporting for catalyst support materials per ASTM D4222
- Pore size merging for micro-mesoporous carbon supports
Trainer: Nathalia Prieto
Nathalia is part of the product competence team at Anton Paar QuantaTec where she performs as a product specialist for most of the gas adsorption instruments manufactured in house, including the newly launched Nova series. She has been working in the powder and porous materials characterization field for more than 4 years. She obtained her Chemical Engineering degree in 2008 from one of the top universities in Colombia, South America.
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