Bimetallic Catalysts: Discoveries, Concepts, and Applications
Presents an account of the research on bimetallic catalysts. Focuses attention on the possibility of influencing the selectivity of chemical transformations on metal surfaces and preparing metal alloys in a highly dispersed state. Covers the validation and elucidation of the bimetallic cluster concept. Includes figures and tables.
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Selectivity Aspects of Bimetallic Catalysts
Bimetallic Systems of Immiscible Components
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