Natalia Mihaela Martin

Showing 18 publications

2018

Oxygen step-response experiments for methane oxidation over Pd/Al2O3: An in situ XAFS study

Johan Nilsson, Per-Anders Carlsson, Natalia Mihaela Martin et al
Catalysis Communications. Vol. 109, p. 24-27
Journal article
2018

Copper-Modified Zeolites and Silica for Conversion of Methane to Methanol

Xueting Wang, Natalia Mihaela Martin, Johan Nilsson et al
Catalysts. Vol. 8, p. 545-
Journal article
2018

The Role of Oxides in Catalytic CO Oxidation over Rhodium and Palladium

Gustafson Johan, Olivier Balmes, Chu Zhang et al
ACS Catalysis. Vol. 8 (5), p. 4438-4445
Journal article
2018

Structure-function relationship during CO2 methanation over Rh/Al2O3 and Rh/SiO2 catalysts at atmospheric pressure conditions

Natalia Mihaela Martin, Felix Hemmingsson, Xueting Wang et al
Catalysis Science and Technology. Vol. 8 (10), p. 2686-2696
Journal article
2017

Catalytic hydrogenation of CO2 to methane over supported Pd, Rh and Ni catalysts

Natalia Mihaela Martin, Peter Velin, Magnus Skoglundh et al
Catalysis Science and Technology. Vol. 7 (5), p. 1086-1094
Journal article
2017

Methane oxidation over Pd/Al2O3 under rich/lean cycling followed by operando XAFS and modulation excitation spectroscopy

Johan Nilsson, Per-Anders Carlsson, Natalia Mihaela Martin et al
Journal of Catalysis. Vol. 356, p. 237-245
Journal article
2017

Study of methane oxidation over alumina supported Pd-Pt catalysts using operando DRIFTS/MS and in situ XAS techniques

Natalia Mihaela Martin, Johan Nilsson, Magnus Skoglundh et al
Catalysis, Structure & Reactivity. Vol. 3, p. 24-32
Journal article
2017

The influence of incommensurability on the long-range periodicity of the Pd(100)-(root 5 x root 5)R27 degrees-PdO(101)

M. Shipilin, A. Stierle, L. R. Merte et al
Surface Science. Vol. 660, p. 1-8
Journal article
2017

Methanol Desorption From Cu-ZSM-5 Studied by In Situ Infrared Spectroscopy and First-Principles Calculations

Xueting Wang, Adam Arvidsson, Magdalena O. Cichocka et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Vol. 121 (49), p. 27389-27398
Journal article
2017

CO Oxidation and Site Speciation for Alloyed Pd-Pt Model Catalysts Studied by In Situ FTIR Spectroscopy

Natalia Mihaela Martin, Magnus Skoglundh, Gudmund Smedler et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Vol. 121 (47), p. 26321-26329
Journal article
2016

Characterization of surface structure and oxidation/reduction behavior of Pd-Pt/Al2O3 model catalysts

Natalia Mihaela Martin, Johan Nilsson, Magnus Skoglundh et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Vol. 120 (49), p. 28009-28020
Journal article
2016

The chemistry of the palladium phase in Pd/Ce/Al2O3 during ammonia formation

Emma Adams, Magnus Skoglundh, Johan Nilsson et al
Conference contribution
2016

Study of supported Pd-Pt catalysts. XAS and LEIS characterisation and catalytic activity for CH4 oxidation

Natalia Mihaela Martin, Johan Nilsson, Emma Adams et al
Conference contribution
2016

Characterization of Surface Structure and Oxidation/Reduction Behaviour of Pd-Pt/Al2O3 Model Catalysts

Natalia Mihaela Martin, Johan Nilsson, Magnus Skoglundh et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Vol. 120, p. 28009-28020
Journal article
2016

A LEIS and in situ XAS study of supported Pd-Pt catalysts for CH4 oxidation

Natalia Mihaela Martin, Johan Nilsson, Emma Adams et al
Conference contribution
2015

Chemistry of supported palladium nanoparticles during methane oxidation

Johan Nilsson, Per-Anders Carlsson, Sheedeh Fouladvand et al
ACS Catalysis. Vol. 5 (4), p. 2481-2489
Journal article
2012

The Active Phase of Palladium during Methane Oxidation

Anders Hellman, Andrea Resta, Natalia Mihaela Martin et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. Vol. 3 (6), p. 678-682
Journal article

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