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Artificial Control of Heterogeneous Catalysis by Dynamic Lattice Displacement of Surface Acoustic Waves and Resonance Oscillations
The effects of surface acoustic waves (SAWs) and resonance oscillations (ROs) on the activity and selectivity of heterogeneous catalysts were reviewed. In ethanol oxidation over a Pd thin film deposited on the SAW propagation path , the SAW effects were greater for thicker Pd films and for oxidized surfaces than for metallic ones . Lattice displacement measurements and SAW propagation loss showed that the SAW effects of the oxidized catalyst surface are attributed to the interactions betweendoi:10.1380/jsssj.20.198 fatcat:idbsqbxutjhtjdanyx4timul2m