High Speed Monitoring of Pyridine Adsorbing on Surface of TiO2 Powder by Rapid Scan

Catalysts play an important role in promoting reactions in a wide range of industrial fields, including petroleum refining, petrochemical, gas purification, foods, fine chemicals, biochemicals, etc., and research and development of new catalysts is becoming increasingly important. Titanium oxide (TiO2), which exists in forms that display a variety of crystalline structures, is well known as a photocatalytic substance. Here, using the rapid scan feature of the IRTracer-100 FTIR, we evaluated two types of TiO2 powder having different crystalline structures.

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Molecular Spectroscopy, FTIR Spectroscopy
FTIR, Rapid Scan, Catalyst, Titanium oxide, TiO2, Crystalline structure, Photocatalyst, Spindle, Cubic, pyridine, Lewis acid, L acid, Br?nsted acid, B acid, Adsorption, Environment, Hydrocarbon Processing Industry (Petrochemical, Chemical), IRTracer-100
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