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Erratum: A study on CO2 decomposition to CO and O2 by the combination of catalysis and dielectric-barrier discharges at low temperatures and ambient pressure (Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2017) 56:12 (3204−3216) DOI: 10.1021/acs.iecr.6b04570)

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Kui Zhang, Dr Guangru Zhang, Professor Anh Phan, Professor Kun Luo, Professor Galip Akay


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© 2020 American Chemical Society. All rights reserved.Galip Akay should be added as an author. The correct authorship list is reflected in the authorship of this Correction. A present address is provided for G. Akay. In section 2.1 (Materials), the following paragraph citing the source of colloidal silica and including two new references should be added: Ni/SiO2 Catalyst. A Ni/SiO2 catalyst with a molar ratio of [Ni]/[SiO2] = 1/4 was prepared from a precursor solution of colloidal silica (30 wt % suspension in water, Bindzil CC301, AkzoNobel) as silica precursor and Ni(NO3)2 6H2O (purity, 97%, Sigma-Aldrich) as catalyst precursor according to literature published by Akay.1,2 The detailed preparation and characterization of the "Akay Catalyst" is available in literature.1,2 In section 2.3 (Catalytic Reactions), Figure 1 depicts a schematic of the experimental setup (Figure 1a is reproduced from ref 3) and the DBD reactor with different configurations (Figure 1b-e). The Acknowledgment should read as given below. The work published in this paper was partly supported by EU FP7 project COPIRIDE (Combining Process Intensificationdriven Manufacture of Microstructured Reactors and Process Design regarding Industrial Dimensions and Environment, Grant CP-IP 228853. 1 Sept 2009-31 Aug. 2013), and EU FP7 project PolyCat (Modern Polymer-Based Catalysts and Microflow Conditions as Key Elements of Innovation and Fine Chemical Synthesis, Grant CP-IP 246095. 1 Oct. 2010-31 Dec. 2013). These EU projects are gratefully acknowledged. Prof. Galip Akay established Process Intensification and Minimization (PIM) Centre, and he was the recipient and the director of these EU grants when he was in Newcastle University.

Publication metadata

Author(s): Zhang K, Zhang G, Liu X, Phan AN, Luo K, Akay G

Publication type: Note

Publication status: Published

Journal: Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research

Year: 2020

Volume: 59

Issue: 1

Pages: 502-502

Online publication date: 19/12/2019

Acceptance date: 02/04/2016

ISSN (print): 0888-5885

ISSN (electronic): 1520-5045

Publisher: American Chemical Society


DOI: 10.1021/acs.iecr.9b06637