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Determination of OH number densities outside of a platinum catalyst using cavity ringdown spectroscopy

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Författare Åsa Johansson
Stina Hemdal
Mats Andersson
Arne Rosen
Publicerad i Journal of Physical Chemistry A
Volym 111
Nummer/häfte 29
Sidor 6798-6805
ISSN 1089-5639
Publiceringsår 2007
Publicerad vid Institutionen för fysik (GU)
Sidor 6798-6805
Språk en
Länkar dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp069061v
Ämnesord LASER-INDUCED FLUORESCENCE; GAS-PHASE CHEMISTRY; DOWN SPECTROSCOPY; WATER FORMATION; POLYCRYSTALLINE PALLADIUM; ABSORPTION-MEASUREMENTS; ATMOSPHERIC-PRESSURE; RADICAL DESORPTION; H2+O2 REACTION; HYDROGEN
Ämneskategorier Fysik, Teknisk fysik

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It is demonstrated that cavity ringdown spectroscopy (CRDS) can be used to probe reaction intermediates desorbing from the surface during a heterogeneous catalytic reaction and provide information valuable in understanding the reaction kinetics. During water formation from H-2 and O-2, desorbed OH molecules outside of a polycrystalline platinum catalyst were quantified as a function of the relative hydrogen concentration, alpha(H2) using CRDS. The temperature of the catalyst was 1500 K, the total pressure was 26 Pa, and the flow was set to 100 sccm. At a distance of 6.5 mm from the Pt catalyst, the maximum OH concentration was found to be 1.5 +/- 0.2 x 10(12) cm(-3) at an alpha(H2) value of 10%, and the rotational temperature was determined to be 775 +/- 24 K. The desorbed OH molecules were also probed using laser-induced fluorescence (LIF), and the alpha(H2)-dependent OH abundance was compared with the CRDS results. The relative concentration of OH probed with LIF appeared to be lower at alpha(H2) = 30-50% compared to what was determined by CRDS. The observed discrepancy is suggested to be due to electronic quenching, as was indicated by a shorter fluorescence lifetime at alpha(H2) = 30% compared to at alpha(H2) = 10%.

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