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Amsterdam . 2. Centi , G , Cavani , F , Trifirò , F 2001 Selective Oxidation by Heterogeneous Catalysis Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers New York . 3

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significant difference from the concept of classical heterogeneous catalysis. The very high nanoscopic uniformity and alignment may even reduce the photocatalytic activity due to increasing the absolute number of inter-particle barriers acting as efficient

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Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms and Catalysis
Authors:
R. Thinesh Kumar
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N. Clament Sagaya Selvam
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T. Adinaveen
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L. John Kennedy
, and
J. Judith Vijaya

metal ions from the catalyst and the reaction was totally heterogeneous. Fig. 6 Evidence of heterogeneous catalysis of CoSA4-900 in the oxidation of benzyl alcohol. Reaction conditions: Catalyst (CoSA4

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)00250-5 . 4. Delbecq , F , Sautet , P 1994 Catal Lett 28 : 89 10.1007/BF00812473 . 5. Richard , D , Gallezot , P 1991 M Guisnet eds. Heterogeneous catalysis and

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to below 10 ppm in excess of H 2 , H 2 O and CO 2 , which is a current challenge in heterogeneous catalysis. This process is called preferential oxidation of CO (CO-PROX) [ 4 – 6 ], rather than selective oxidation as it is not possible to suppress H 2

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is the link to the electronic supplementary material. References 1. Thomas , JM , Thomas , WJ 1997 Principles and practice of heterogeneous catalysis VCH

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors:
E. Skwarek
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S. Khalameida
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W. Janusz
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V. Sydorchuk
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N. Konovalova
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V. Zazhigalov
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J. Skubiszewska-Zięba
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R. Leboda

1. Centi , G , Cavani , F , Trifiro , F . Selective oxidation by heterogeneous catalysis . New York : Kluwer/Plenum ; 2001 . 2. Oyama , ST

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Theory of solid-state thermal decomposition reactions

Scientific stagnation or chemical catastrophe? An alternative approach appraised and advocated

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Author:
Andrew K. Galwey

. 18. Galwey , AK 1977 Compensation effect in heterogeneous catalysis . Adv Catal 26 : 247 – 322 10.1016/S0360-0564(08)60072-3 . 19

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vitro methods to simulate the phase I of metabolism reactions. Due to the ability of the semiconductor materials to the formation of active oxygen species (AOS) in the heterogeneous catalysis process, they have been applied to simulate the metabolic

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