C&EN White Paper
Maximising performance through understanding supported PGM catalyst deactivation
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By downloading the white paper, users can gain expert knowledge to improve the economics of their catalytic processes through understanding and controlling the mechanisms contributing to catalyst deactivation. The paper focuses on supported PGM catalyst deactivation and offers strategies to enhance catalyst performance and longevity. It allows users to understand how JM can provide assistance in this area.

Key Objectives:
  • Understand the role of heterogeneous supported PGM catalysts in fine chemical reactions and their reactivity.
  • Identify the main mechanisms of catalyst deactivation, including metal poisoning, metal loss, metal agglomeration, fouling, and support breakdown.
  • Learn about the impact of metal poisoning on catalyst activity and selectivity, as well as explore the strategies used to prevent or overcome poisoning effects.

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