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Supported Molybdena Catalysts: Characterization of Oxidized, Reduced, and Sulfided MoO3 Prepared By an Adsorption Method

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Highly dispersed molybdena-titania catalyst can be prepared by an equilibrium adsorption method In this method, molybdate anions adsorb onto the positively charged titania surfaces via electrostatic attraction by controlling the pH of the impregnating solution and they increase as an inverse function of the pH. 95Mo-NMR and UV spectroscopic studies of impregnating solution show that the polymeric species like MO7O246- ions are adsorbed on titania in the acidic impregnating solution. XRD, Raman, and XPS data of the calcined samples show that mono-layer coverage of molybdenum oxide over-layer possesses a highly distorted MoO6 group with

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Technology Sophia University 7-1 Kioi-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102, JAPAN; 2: Zettlemoyer Center for Surface Studies Lehigh University Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015, USA


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