Dehydrogenation process

Dehydrogenation process

Measured and theoretically simulated images of stages in the dehydrogenation process observed in programmed surface heating experiments. The sequence starts from adsorbed ethene (at 300K), leading to self-evolved 24-carbon-atom cluster precursors (between 570K and 670 K), and culminates with graphene formed at elevated temperatures (between 770K and 970K). (Figure credit: U. Landman and B. Yoon).

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Research, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanotechnology and Nanoscience, Physics and Physical Sciences
graphene, ethene, dehydrogenation, precursor
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  • Created On: May 4, 2017 - 1:33pm
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