Dai group has recently published a paper entitled “Taming the stability of Pd active phases through a compartmentalizing strategy toward nanostructured catalyst supports” in Nature Communications. This paper reported a new strategy in developing stable supports for high-temperature heterogeneous catalysis. A highly stable catalyst for methane oxidation was successfully developed based on this strategy. The general strategy can be used to synthesize other support architectures for other high-temperature catalysis processes.
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