We have recently completed studies using X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy (XAS) on the B18 beamline provided by the Diamond Light Source Facility. Here we spent an exciting 24 hours taking in-situ measurements to understand the behaviour the catalyst.
By analysing the X-ray signal we were able to determine the changes in chemical form of the active species of our customers’ catalyst over a range of temperatures at which the catalyst would normally operate.
For more information on this particular case study and how we may be able to help you with a similar problem please see the case study.
Visit us and see our new Scalable Agitated Baffle Reactor (SABRe) at CHEMUK2021, NEC Birmingham, stand B25 September 15th-16th
Dr Sam Adams from Stoli Catalysts discusses why the batch technology dominates, introduce the flow chemistry, and discuss problems & opportunities in switching to flow.
SABRe shows a factor of 1.75 higher throughput in a reaction limited by heat transfer.
Check out our recent article on the flow chemistry.
We studied a Cu-based catalyst and correlated oxidation state of Cu with catalytic performance
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.
A simple overview of a chemical reactor – CSTR
We overview basic chemical reactor – the batch reactor
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 have developed a monolith-based fuel cell catalyst for sustainable remote energy generation.
We remain open and operational throughout the COVID pandemic delivering to customers.
We have received a Royal Society of Chemistry internship grant and are accepting applications.