Background Temperature programmed oxidation (TPO) is a versatile materials characterisation tool used in catalysis for the elucidation of surface chemistry in catalytic materials. The underlying principle of the technique is simple, hydrogen or oxygen are passed over...
We have recently published a case study on the pyridine chemisorption services we perform which determine the number of the corresponding acid sites in a material.
Raman Spectroscopy for online analysis: effect of gases, solids, laser power, aquisition time, signal/noise and more….
We investigated Raman spectroscopy for online analysis by monitoring hydrogenation reactions through relative peak intensities, subsequently, determine the concentration of components.
We manufactured 10 kg catalyst using characterisation to validate the scale-up procedure from lab to manufacturing processes.
Stoli cascaded imine formation and hydrogenation; intensified process to maximise rate, and catalyst utilisation.
We completed in situ synchrotron studies of a customer’s catalyst at the Diamond Light Source Facility.
Short residence time and high temperature – an impossible combination for batch – allowed increasing specific reaction rates 8-fold in flow with the same product quality.
We have developed a monolith-based fuel cell catalyst for sustainable remote energy generation.
After 100 long-term runs and building a bespoke reactor system to manage safety risks, we developed a stable catalyst with months at least 2 month lifetime.
With Stoli proprietary coating technology, we developed a novel catalyst coating for an intensified reactor for a more efficient and sustainable process.