Considering all the above different

Table 3.
Binding BMS387032 (Eb) of supported metals 2p3/2 peaks with corresponding structure.CatalystBinding energy (Eb), eVCorresponding structureNi-19854.0/856.0NiO/Ni2+ octahedral aluminateHTC-500854.1/856.3NiO/Ni2+ octahedral aluminateCo-16780.0/781.5Co2+/Co3+ in Co3O4 spinelCu-1.8932.3/934.4CuO/CuAl2O4 spinelCu-4.5933.2/934.9CuO/CuAl2O4 spinelFull-size tableTable optionsView in workspaceDownload as CSV
By studying the information on cobalt supported alumina catalysts [44], [45], [46], [47], [48] and [49], an interesting observation can be made. Let us recall, the difference between the selectivity profiles of nickel and cobalt towards 1-butanol (Ni) and ethyl acetate (Co) (Fig. 4). The Co3O4 spinel structure is known to contain tetrahedrally coordinated Co2+ and octahedrally coordinated Co3+. By connecting the observation to our results obtained with Co-16, dinoflagellates can be suggested that tetrahedral M2+ sites are responsible for the formation of ethyl acetate, whereas octahedral M2+ sites lead to 1-butanol.