His primary areas of investigation include Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Platinum, Oxide and Oxygen. His specific area of interest is Catalysis, where he studies Active site. His study in Inorganic chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Selective catalytic reduction, Zeolite, Copper, Catalyst support and Absorption spectroscopy.
He has included themes like Chemical engineering and Atomic layer deposition in his Platinum study. His research investigates the connection with Oxide and areas like Palladium which intersect with concerns in Catalytic combustion, Methane and Mineralogy. His Oxygen study deals with X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy intersecting with Chemisorption, Phase, Dissolution and Diffusion.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Chemical engineering, Water-gas shift reaction and Adsorption. The concepts of his Catalysis study are interwoven with issues in Analytical chemistry and Order of reaction. His Order of reaction study which covers Activation energy that intersects with Reaction rate.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Oxide, Selective catalytic reduction, Metal, X-ray absorption spectroscopy and Chemisorption. His Oxide research incorporates elements of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, Oxygen and Palladium. His Adsorption research integrates issues from Dissociation and Infrared spectroscopy.
Catalysis, Chemical engineering, Dehydrogenation, Selectivity and Inorganic chemistry are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Fabio H. Ribeiro examines in his Catalysis study include Hydrogen and Redox. In his work, Density functional theory, Oxide and Water-gas shift reaction is strongly intertwined with Carbon monoxide, which is a subfield of Hydrogen.
His Dehydrogenation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Propane, Oil shale and Liquefied natural gas, Natural gas. His Selectivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Intermetallic, Olefin fiber, Ethylene, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure and Hydrogenolysis. His Inorganic chemistry research includes elements of NOx and Selective catalytic reduction.
Fabio H. Ribeiro mainly focuses on Catalysis, Chemical engineering, Intermetallic, Dehydrogenation and Selectivity. His Catalysis study combines topics in areas such as Inorganic chemistry, Density functional theory and Absorption spectroscopy. Fabio H. Ribeiro has researched Absorption spectroscopy in several fields, including NOx, Divalent, Selective catalytic reduction and Active site.
His work investigates the relationship between Chemical engineering and topics such as Adsorption that intersect with problems in Nanoparticle. His Intermetallic research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Reactivity and X-ray absorption spectroscopy. His work carried out in the field of SSZ-13 brings together such families of science as Chabazite, Crystallography, Ligand, Ion and Redox.
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Dynamic multinuclear sites formed by mobilized copper ions in NO x selective catalytic reduction.
Christopher Paolucci;Ishant Khurana;Atish A. Parekh;Sichi Li.
Stabilization of copper catalysts for liquid-phase reactions by atomic layer deposition.
Brandon J. O'Neill;David H. K. Jackson;Anthony J. Crisci;Carrie A. Farberow.
Angewandte Chemie (2013)
Ammonia is a hydrogen carrier in the regeneration of Pt/BaO/Al2O3 NOx traps with H2
L. Cumaranatunge;S.S. Mulla;A. Yezerets;N.W. Currier.
Journal of Catalysis (2007)
Titration and quantification of open and closed Lewis acid sites in Sn-Beta zeolites that catalyze glucose isomerization
James W. Harris;Michael J. Cordon;John R. Di Iorio;Juan Carlos Vega-Vila.
Journal of Catalysis (2016)
Metallic Corner Atoms in Gold Clusters Supported on Rutile Are the Dominant Active Site during Water−Gas Shift Catalysis
W. Damion Williams;Mayank Shekhar;Wen-Sheng Lee;Vincent Kispersky.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2010)
In situ XPS study of Pd(111) oxidation at elevated pressure, Part 2: Palladium oxidation in the 10^1 mbar range
Harald Gabasch;Werner Unterberger;Konrad Hayek;Bernhard Klötzer.
Surface Science (2006)
NO2 inhibits the catalytic reaction of NO and O2 over Pt
S.S. Mulla;N. Chen;W.N. Delgass;W.S. Epling.
Catalysis Letters (2005)
Reactive metal–support interactions at moderate temperature in two-dimensional niobium-carbide-supported platinum catalysts
Zhe Li;Yanran Cui;Zhenwei Wu;Cory Milligan.
Nature Catalysis (2018)
NO oxidation: A probe reaction on Cu-SSZ-13
Anuj A. Verma;Shane A. Bates;Trunojoyo Anggara;Christopher Paolucci.
Journal of Catalysis (2014)
Low absorption vitreous carbon reactors for operando XAS: a case study on Cu/Zeolites for selective catalytic reduction of NO(x) by NH3.
Vincent F. Kispersky;A. Jeremy Kropf;Fabio H. Ribeiro;Jeffrey T. Miller.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2012)
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