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Title: Ru and Ni - privileged metal combination for environmental nanocatalysis
Authors: Polański, Jarosław
Lach, Daniel
Kapkowski, Maciej
Bartczak, Piotr
Siudyga, Tomasz
Smoliński, Adam
Keywords: Ru/Ni combinations; synergy; ensemble e ect; ligand e ect; environmental nanocatalysis; low temperature carbon (di)oxide methanation; ultra-low temperature carbon oxide methanation
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: "Catalysts", (2020), Vol. 10, iss. 9, art. no. 992
Abstract: Privileged structures is a term that is used in drug design to indicate a fragment that is popular in the population of drugs or drug candidates that are in the application or investigation phases, respectively. Privileged structures are popular motifs because they generate e cient drugs. Similarly, some elements appear to be more e cient and more popular in catalyst design and development. To indicate this fact, we use here a term privileged metal combination. In particular, Ru-based catalysts have paved a bumpy road in a variety of commercial applications from ammonia synthesis to carbon (di)oxide methanation. Here, we review Ru/Ni combinations in order to specifically find applications in environmental nanocatalysis and more specifically in carbon (di)oxide methanation. Synergy, ensemble and the ligand e ect are theoretical foundations that are used to explain the advantages of multicomponent catalysis. The economic e ect is another important issue in blending metal combinations. Low temperature and photocatalytic processes can be indicated as new tendencies in carbon (di)oxide methanation. However, due to economics, future industrial developments of this reaction are still questionable.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/15980
DOI: 10.3390/catal10090992
ISSN: 2073-4344
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