In this issue :
Routes to visible light active C-doped TiO2 photocatalysts using carbon atoms from the Ti precursors. Mingfei Liu, Georgia Institute of Technology.
Indium oxide cubes prepared by hydrothermal synthesis as catalysts for CO oxidation. James A. Sullivan, University College Dublin.
Direct Octane Fuel Cells: A Promising Power for transportation. Vincenzo Palma and Daniela Barba, University of Salerno.
H2S purification from biogas by direct selective oxidation to sulphur on V2O5–CeO2 structured catalysts. Aleksandra Djurisic, The University of Hong Kong.
HPR-20 QIC EGA – for Evolved Gas Analysis in TGA-MS. The Hiden HPR-20 QIC EGA gas analysis system is configured for continuous analysis of evolved gases and vapours from thermogravimetric analysers (TGA): Thermal Analysis Mass Spectrometry, Catalysis, Fuel Cells, CVD/MOCVD/ALCVD, Environmental Monitoring
CATLAB – for Catalyst Characterisation, Kinetic and Thermodynamic Measurements. A catalyst characterisation and microreactor system designed to make the analysis of catalysts rapid and simple: Pulse Chemisorption
TPD, TPO, TPR, TP-Reaction, Catalyst Screening, On-Line Continuous Product Analysis, Metal Surface Area, Active Surface Area, Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms of Surface Reactions, Heats of Adsorption
QGA – for Real time Gas & Vapour Analysis. A compact bench top analysis system for real time gas and vapour analysis: Gas Reaction Studies, Fuel Cell Reaction Studies, Contamination Studies, Fermentation Analysis, Environmental Gas Analysis, Thermal Analysis Mass Spectrometry, Catalysis Studies/Reaction Kinetics.
Sensitive gas analyser monitors sealed controlled environments. A new interface for the QIC-series quadrupole gas analysers, the QIC-SC interface, encloses an element of the QIC sampling line within a fl exible
outer stainless steel bellows sealing directly to the internal wall of the process or environment enclosure to ensure totally secure containment of the enclosed environment with just the analyte extracted. The analyte extraction rate from near atmospheric pressure is just 1mL/minute. The heated sampling line can be positioned