Regensburg 2022 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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O: Fachverband Oberflächenphysik

O 3: Focus Session: Single Atom Catalysis 1

Montag, 5. September 2022, 10:30–12:45, H4

The field of single atom catalysis has emerged rapidly in recent years out of the desire to utilize less and less precious metals, and remarkable successes have been reported in thermo-, electro-, and photo-catalysis. While much of the early focus was on establishing synthesis routes to achieve atomic dispersion, it has become clear that "single atom" systems cannot be considered as the smallest possible nanoparticle. Because isolated adatoms are stabilized by chemical bonds to the support, they have much more in common with mononuclear complexes used in homogenous catalysis. Thus, the focus has now changed towards understanding the role of coordination of the active site, and developing ways to tailor it toward specific processes. This has led to much interest in fundamental work, which opens up a tremendous opportunity for surface science to contribute to a hot topic in catalysis.

Organizer: Gareth Parkinson (Technical University Vienna), Matthias Meier (University of Vienna)

10:30 O 3.1 Topical Talk: Rational design of single atom electrocatalysts: handle with care — •Gianfranco Pacchioni
11:00 O 3.2 Single atom co-catalyst dispersion on KTaO3 (001) by surface polarity compensation. — •Aji Alexander, Jesús Redondo, Dominik Wrana, Lukáš Fusek, Viktor Johánek, Josef Mysliveček, and Martin Setvin
11:15 O 3.3 Comparison study of different transition metals on two TiO2 model supports: anatase TiO2(101) and rutile TiO2(110) — •Lena Puntscher, Kevin Daninger, Panukorn Sombut, Matthias Meier, Michael Schmid, Cesare Franchini, Ulrike Diebold, and Gareth S. Parkinson
11:30 O 3.4 Methane Activation by Free Tantalum Cluster Cations: When the Atomic System is Different — •Martin Tschurl, Jan Eckhard, and Ueli Heiz
11:45 O 3.5 Assessing the environmental benefit of palladium-based single-atom heterogeneous catalysts for Sonogashira coupling — •Dario Faust Akl, Dario Poier, Sharon Mitchell, Roger Marti, Gonzalo Guillén-Gosálbez, and Javier Pérez-Ramírez
12:00 O 3.6 Nature of the active species in low-temperature CO oxidation over Pt-CeO2 model catalysts — •Alexander Simanenko, Maximilian Kastenmeier, Lesia Piliai, Tomáš Skála, Yuliia Kosto, Nataliya Tsud, Sascha Mehl, Mykhailo Vorokhta, Iva Matolínová, Yaroslava Lykhach, and Jörg Libuda
12:15 O 3.7 Adsorption sites and thermal stability of Pt adatoms on Fe2O3(1102) — •Ali Rafsanjani Abbasi, Florian Kraushofer, Lena Haager, Moritz Eder, Jiri Pavelec, Giada Franceschi, Michele Riva, Michael Schmid, Ulrike Diebold, and Gareth S. Parkinson
12:30 O 3.8 Comparison of Single Metal Atoms on a Fe2O3 Model Support — •Gareth Parkinson, Ali Rafsanjani-Abbasi, lena Puntscher, Florian Kraushofer, Panukorn Sombut, Chunlei Wang, Matthias Meier, Moritz Eder, Jiri Pavelec, Giada Franceschi, Michele Riva, Michael Schmid, Cesare Franchini, and Ulrike Diebold
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