Dawei Yao joined in Prof. Louise Olsson’s group in 2020. As a postdoc in Division of Chemical Engineering, he focuses on combining experiments and kinetic modelling for the fundamental understanding of the catalytic reactions relates to cleaning emissions from vehicles. His project is to synthesize new formulations for passive NOx absorbers, which can store NOx at low temperatures in the form of nitrites and release them above 200°C. In addition, developing kinetic models that can describe these catalysts is also the aim for this project.
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Enhanced CO resistance of Pd/SSZ-13 for passive NOx adsorption
Investigation of CO Deactivation of Passive NOx Adsorption on La Promoted Pd/BEA
Insight into CO induced degradation mode of Pd/SSZ-13 in NOx adsorption and release: Experiment and modeling
The effect of Pt/Pd ratio on the oxidation activity and resistance to sulfur poisoning for Pt-Pd/BEA diesel oxidation catalysts with high siliceous content
Deactivation of phosphorus-poisoned Pd/SSZ-13 for the passive adsorption of NO
Deactivation of phosphorus-poisoned Pd/SSZ-13 for the passive adsorption of NOx
Kinetic modeling of CO assisted passive NOx adsorption on Pd/SSZ-13
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