NOVACAM Webinar: “Catalyst Preparation and Related Reactions”

Webinar: Catalyst Preparation and Related Reactions

Date: 27th May 2015

Speaker: Dr. Sankar Meenakshisundaram, Cardiff Catalysis Institute

Abstract: In this lecture, I will give an overview of the recent developments in the synthesis strategies of supported gold- based bimetallic nanoparticle catalysts. The catalytic efficiency of these supported bimetallic nanoparticles, similar to monometallic nanoparticles, depends on their structural characteristics, but with added complexities because of the presence of the second metal. I will discuss three major structural features of supported bimetallic nanoparticles, namely (a) size, (b) composition and (c) nanostruc-
ture, all of which play a crucial role in the resulting overall catalytic performances of the materials. A specific objective of this lecture is to motivate researchers to characterize these supported nanoparticles more thoroughly to investigate their structural features in detail and design based on this knowledge suitable and innovative synthesis strategies to control these properties. In this lecture I will focus only on gold–palladium bimetallic nanoparticles; however the broader scientific message could be extended to other bimetallic catalyst compositions.

On the 27th May 2015 at 9am (UK time), Novacam held a webinar to present the topic of “Catalyst Preparation and Related Reactions” to an International audience.

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Project Coordinator: Professor Emiel Hensen, E.J.M.Hensen@TUE.NL Project Manager: Dr Gabriela Dima, G.E.Dima@TUE.NL

NOVACAM is a coordinated EU-Japan project supported by the European Union and the Japan Science and Technology Agency. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 604319.