The mechanism we proposed in our paper is almost a word-by-word replication of the mechanism discussed by B. Modén et al. in J. Catal. 209 (2002) 75, which publication should have been cited as Reference 16 (see below). Although the mechanism proposed in our paper is over perovskite oxides and the reaction temperature is higher than 600 °C, above which NO 2 can be directly decomposed into NO and O 2 spontaneously and NO 3 as an intermediate NO 3 cannot be involved in the mechanism, we recognize that the mechanism we proposed was identical to that proposed by B. Modén at al. We sincerely apologize to B. Modén et al. for our negligence in not citing their work in our paper and for duplicating part of their publication in J. Catal. Some other errors should also be corrected in our paper. They are listed below. Page 185, lines 13–15 (left column): the sentence: “This step is considered to be the reaction-determined step (RDS)” “as proposed by Teraoka et al. ” should be corrected as “Step M3” is considered to be the reaction-determining step (RDS) as proposed by Modén et al. ” Page 185, line 27 (left column): the sentence “the following deduction method is based on the reactions scheme proposed by Modén et al. )” should be added behind the words “… could be written as”. Page 185, line 6 (right column): Reference “” should be Reference “”. Page 185, line 19 (right column): The word “dimers” should be corrected as “active sites”. Page 186, line 40 (right column): Reference “ M.V. Konduru, S.S.C. Chuang, J. Phys. Chem. B 103 (1999) 5802” should be replaced by “ B. Modén, P. Da Costa, B. Fonfé, D.K. Lee, E. Iglesia, J. Catal. 209 (2002) 75”.</P>
Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical – Elsevier
Published: Oct 3, 2005
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