Yingxin Feng

Doctoral Student at Chemical Physics

Yingxin Feng is a PhD student in Chemical Physics. Her project aims at the investigation of N2O formation over different Cu-exchanged zeolites during NH3-SCR by density functional theory. The goal of her project is to unravel the mechanisms for N2O formation and formulate strategies for the design of emission control systems where N2O emissions are reduced and ultimately prevented. With the combination of theoretical calculations and experiments, the results of this project are expected to be used by automotive and catalyst manufacturers.

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Simplified Kinetic Model for NH3‑SCR Over Cu‑CHA Based on First‑Principles Calculations

Yingxin Feng, Derek Creaser, Henrik Grönbeck
Topics in Catalysis
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In situ DRIFT studies on N2O formation over Cu-functionalized zeolites during ammonia-SCR

Ghodsieh Isapour Toutizad, Aiyong Wang, Joonsoo Han et al
Catalysis Science and Technology. Vol. In Press
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A First-Principles Microkinetic Model for Low-Temperature NH3 Assisted Selective Catalytic Reduction of NO over Cu-CHA

Yingxin Feng, Xueting Wang, Ton V. W. Janssens et al
ACS Catalysis. Vol. 11 (23), p. 14395-14407
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The Role of H+- and Cu+-Sites for N2O Formation during NH3-SCR over Cu-CHA

Yingxin Feng, Ton V. W. Janssens, Peter N. R. Vennestrom et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Vol. 125 (8), p. 4595-4601
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