By Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
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Despite these limitations, it is concluded that TPS with mass spectrometric detection is a highly useful technique for studying the sulﬁdation of hydrotreating catalysts. We return to the sulﬁdation of molybdenum oxides in Chapter 3 (photoemission), Chapter 4 (ion spectroscopy), and also in a case study on hydrodesulfurization catalysts (Chapter 9). 4 Temperature-Programmed Reaction Spectroscopy Important information on reaction mechanisms and on the inﬂuence of promoters can be deduced from temperature-programmed reactions .
We refer to Margaritondo  for an interesting review on the early days of the photoelectric eﬀect. It was a half-century later before the photoelectric eﬀect was applied in spectroscopy. As described by Ertl and Ku¨ppers , three parallel developments took place: During the 1950s, Siegbahn’s group worked to improve the energy resolution of electron spectrometers and then to combine it with X-ray sources. This led to a technique called electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis (ESCA), which today is more commonly referred to as X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) 40 3 Photoemission and Auger Spectroscopy .
9 Examples of temperatureprogrammed desorption following zeroth-, ﬁrst- and second-order kinetics. Each curve corresponds to a diﬀerent initial coverage of the adsorbate. Ag/Ru(001): Silver forms islands on the ruthenium substrate. Desorption of Ag from the edges of these islands gives rise to zeroth-order kinetics; note the exponential increase of the lowtemperature sides of the peak, as expected from Eq. (2-15). Desorption from the second layer of silver occurs at lower temperatures, indicating that AgaAg bonds are weaker than AgaRu bonds .