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High selectivity of CO2 hydrogenation to CO by controlling the valence state of nickel using perovskite

The selectivity of CO2 hydrogenation can be significantly tuned by controlling the valence state of nickel using lanthanum–iron–nickel perovskites. Nickel with higher valence states weakens the binding of CO and increases the activation barrier for further CO hydrogenation, leading to a higher CO selectivity

Authors:   Baohuai Zhao; Binhang Yan; Zhao Jiang; Siyu Yao; Zongyuan Liu; Qiyuan Wu; Rui Ran; Sanjaya D. Senanayake; Duan Weng; Jingguang G. Chen
Journal:   Chemical Communication
Volume:   54
edition:   53
Pages:   7354
DOI:   10.1039/C8CC03829E
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