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“…3a,b, difference FT-IR spectra are shown (that is, where the first spectrum of the series is subtracted from subsequent spectra). These consecutive spectra are focused on the absorption region between 2,250 and 1,400 cm −1 , where among other things intermediate C≡ O to C-O stretching vibrations occur [36][37][38][39] . Furthermore, we also observe C-H stretching vibrations at 3,015 cm −1 for methane (Fig.…”
Section: Two Separate Particle-size-dependent Mechanisms Identifiedmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…3a,b, difference FT-IR spectra are shown (that is, where the first spectrum of the series is subtracted from subsequent spectra). These consecutive spectra are focused on the absorption region between 2,250 and 1,400 cm −1 , where among other things intermediate C≡ O to C-O stretching vibrations occur [36][37][38][39] . Furthermore, we also observe C-H stretching vibrations at 3,015 cm −1 for methane (Fig.…”
Section: Two Separate Particle-size-dependent Mechanisms Identifiedmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…10f-h). The former set describes terminally adsorbed CO atop a single Ni atom, for which vibrations can occur anywhere between 2,060 and 2,019 cm −1 depending on the oxidation state of Ni [36][37][38][39] . The band at 1,903 cm −1 is ascribed to bridged carbonyl species; more specifically, a CO species bound to three neighbouring Ni atoms.…”
Section: Two Separate Particle-size-dependent Mechanisms Identifiedmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…When assessing the FT-IR spectrum of Figure a for SMR and Figure b for DMR, it is clear that panels 1 provide information on the asymmetric stretching vibrations of the C–H bonds. We refer here to Table for an overview of the literature-based FT-IR peak assignments used in this work. , The self-supported wafers of catalyst 6, likely due to its relatively high Ni weight loading, always deform during reduction, which causes resonance IR vibrations to occur in the CO stretching vibration region, hindering us from obtaining useful information from the operando FT-IR spectra. This is as shown in the Supporting Information.…”
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“…It indicates that the LDH-Au/CNTs electrode is more stable and poisoning-tolerant electrocatalyst of COE in our system. Ni and Ni oxide surface have strong both O 2 and CO adsorption 73 74 . For the active Ni-oxide catalyst, the structure transformation from NiO to NiOOH was found in the layered Ni(OH) 2 /NiOOH.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%