Bridging model and real catalysts: general discussion
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Charles Campbell opened the discussion of the paper by Hans-JoachimFreund: If you have a 3D gold particle and it spreads out to be a 2D particle whenyou adsorb CO2, it must gain energy stability. Did you estimate the energy changeof the overall process to do that?

model catalyst

real catalyst




Charles Campbell

University of Washington

Michael Bowker

Cardiff University

Michail Stamatakis

University College London (UCL)

Graham Hutchings

Cardiff University

Philip Davies

Cardiff University

James Earley

Mark Howard

Cardiff University

Bruce Garrett

Femi Oloye

Adekunle Ajasin University

Elad Gross

The Hebrew University Of Jerusalem

Andrzej Kotarba

Jagiellonian University in Kraków

Miron V. Landau

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Itai Panas

Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Energy and Material

James Anderson

University of Aberdeen

Bert Weckhuysen

Utrecht University

Wilke Dononelli

Universität Bremen

Sarwat Iqbal

University of Lincoln

Burcin Temel

Haldor Topsoe

Ewa Nowicka

Cardiff University

Albert Bruix

University of Barcelona

Christian Reece

Harvard University

Jacob Moulijn

Cardiff University

Bruce Gates

University of California

Richard Catlow

University College London (UCL)

Natasa Novak Tusar

University of Nova Gorica

David Willock

Cardiff University

Daniel Wotton

Cardiff University

Francisco Ivars Barcelo

Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia

Richard Palmer

Robert Madix

Harvard University

Cynthia Friend

Harvard University

Avelino Corma

Instituto de Tecnologia Quimica e Biologica (ITQB)

Hans-Joachim Freund

Max Planck Society

Gareth Whiting

Utrecht University

Joachim Sauer

Humboldt University of Berlin

Faraday Discussions

1359-6640 (ISSN) 1364-5498 (eISSN)

Vol. 188 565-589

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