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Photocatalysts are materials, typically transition metal oxides or semiconductors, capable of increasing the rate of photochemical reactions.
Photochemical reactions require activation by light rather than the more typical temperature driven reactions.
Photocatalysis provides the energy to activate chemical reactions and facilitates processes such as pollutant oxidation and water-splitting that are difficult and sometimes impossible without thermal energy. Examples of this are reactions such as CO2 reduction that are thermodynamically unfavourable under normal conditions.
Photocatalysis with Hiden Analytical
Photocatalysis is being explored to open new pathways to chemical reactions. For example photocatalytic nitrogen fixation is being investigated as a replacement for the industrially important and energy intensive Haber-Bosch ammonia production process. At Hiden Analytical we provide gas analysis solutions for product identification from heterogeneous photocatalytic reactions. To learn more about the products we supply simply contact us today.
Hiden CATLAB Integrated Microreactor-Mass Spectrometer for Reaction Testing, TPD/R/O and Pulse Chemisorption
Hiden HPR-20 R&D for Advanced Research
Hiden HPR-20 EGA for evolved gas analysis in TGA-MS
Hiden HPR-20 TMS Transient MS for Fast Event Gas Analysis
Mass Spectrometers for Residual Gas Analysis – RGA | For Applications in a Vacuum Environment
Hiden HPR-60 Molecular Beam Mass Spectrometer (MBMS) for the quantitative analysis of reactive gas species (Introduction)
Hiden HPR-60 Molecular Beam Mass Spectrometer (MBMS) for the quantitative analysis of reactive gas species (Applications)
Operando Investigation of Intermediate Species in Non-Oxidative Methane Coupling by Non-thermal RF Plasma
A TPD-MS Study of Novel Hydrogen Storage Materials
Application of Pd Catalysts for the Hydrogenation of Nitriles
Cathode Catalyst Degradation in PEM Fuel Cells
Gas Phase Hydrogenation of 1,3-Pentadine, an FTIR Study
New Mesoporous Silica Supported Nickel Catalysts for Biomass Conversion
Plasma Modification of Catalysts Using a Dielectric Barrier Discharge
Plasma Modified Nickel Catalysts for Biomass Conversion
Reaction of Steam and Methane over Novel YSZ-LaB6 Composities and Nickel-YSZ Cermets
Reaction Studies of a Combined Plasma Catalyst Reactor