Pulsed Laser Post Processing of Transition Metal Oxide Nanocatalysts with Defined Defect Structure
Project C5 applies pulsed laser post-processing (PLPP) for modifying particle morphologies and defect densities by application of defined photon energies and fluxes. Quantitatively defined energy doses of picosecond and nanosecond laser pulses for catalyst particle post processing is used to prevent the formation of broad particle-size distributions. Liquid-flow reactors provide steady-state conditions and allow to set pulse-per-particle numbers and to study incubation effects in particles. C5 will thus implement tailored defect engineering as a post-treatment of the CRC/TRR’s materials.