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Temperature-Programmed Reduction/Oxidation for Catalyst Characterization

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1. Bhatia, S., J. Bettramini, and D.D. Do, Temperature-Programmed Anatysis and Its Applications in Catalytic Systems," Catalysis Today, 7, 309-438 (1990). 

Temperature-Programmed Desorption for Catalyst Characterization

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1.   Absi-Halabi, M. and A. Stanislaus, “Effect of Phosphorus on the Acidity of  y-Alumina and on the Thermal Stability of y-Alumina Supported Nickel-Molybdenum Hydrotreating Catalysts”. Applied Catalysis. 39, pp 239- 253 (1988).

CHARACTERIZATION OF MICROPOROUS MATERIALS By Carlos A. Leon y Leon D.

All solid powders, and in particular those with apparent surface areas > 400 m2/g, are bound to contain micropores. The importance of micropores lies in that materials containing micropores generally have most of their apparent surface area residing in them. Hence, all applications of materials (adsorbents, catalysts) that depend on their accessible surface area must deal with the possible effects arising from the presence of micropores in the materials.