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Elucidation of the higher coking resistance of small versus large nickel nanoparticles in methane dry reforming via computational modeling

Elucidation of the higher coking resistance of small versus large nickel nanoparticles in methane dry reforming via computational modeling
Regina Palkovits, Kalin Simeonov, Hristiyan A. Aleksandrov, Nikolaos Pegios, Georgi N. Vayssilov
Monoatomic C species remain separated in the subsurface regions of small Ni nanoparticles, while in larger particles, carbon chains are formed, which can be considered as precursors for coke or graphene formation.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/cy/~3/TIve-2omheI/C7CY00773F

DOI: 2017/CY/C7CY00773F

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