Modeling of carbon monoxide oxidation process on the two-dimensional catalyst surface

Kostrobij P., Ryzha I.
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Abstract: 
In this paper the two-dimensional mathematical model for carbon monoxide (CO) oxidation on the surface of Platinum (Pt) catalyst is investigated accounting for the processes of the catalyst surface reconstruction and the effect of the substrate temperature. It is shown that the stability region for reaction of CO oxidation changes in two-dimensional case.
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Math. Model. Comput. Vol.3, No.2, pp.146-162 (2016)