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Schlögl, R.; Zecchina, A.
Application of ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy (UPS) in the surface characterisation of polycrystalline oxide catalysts. I. Methodics and analytical potential
Heber, M.; Grünert, W.
Single crystal flow reactor for studying reactivities on metal oxide model catalysts at atmospheric pressure to bridge the pressure gap to the adsorption properties determined under UHV conditions
Kuhrs, C.; Swoboda, M.; Weiss, W.
CO adsorption on Ni(100) and Pt(111) studied by infrared–visible sum frequency generation spectroscopy: design and application of an SFG-compatible UHV–high-pressure reaction cell
Rupprechter, G.; dellwig, T.; Unterhalt, H.; Freund H.-J.
Characterisation of active phases of a copper catalyst for methanol oxidation under reaction conditions: an in situ X-ray absorption spectroscopy study in the soft energy range
Knop-Gericke, A.; Hävecker, M.; Schedel-Niedrig, T.; Schlögl, R.
The direct influence of the support on the electronic structure of the active sites in supported metal catalysts: evidence from Pt–H anti-bonding shape resonance and Pt–CO FTIR data
Koningsberger, D.C.; Ramaker, D.E.; Miller, J.T.; de Graaf, J.; Mojet, B.L.
Hydroxyls nests in defective silicalites and strained structures derived upon dehydroxylation: vibrational properties and theoretical modelling
Bordiga, S.; Ugliengo, P.; Damin, A.; Lamberti, C.; Spoto, G.; Zecchina, A.; Spanò, G.; Buzzoni, R.; Dalloro, L.; Rivetti, F.
Limits in the use of pyridine adsorption, as an analytical tool to test the surface acidity of oxidic systems. The case of sulfated zirconia catalysts
Morterra, C.; Cerrato, G.; Pinna, F.; Meligrana, G.
A spectroscopic study of amorphous and crystalline Ti-containing silicas and their surface acidity
Armaroli, T.; Milella, F.; Notari, B.; Willey, R.J.; Busca, G.
Influence of the nature and porosity of different supports on the acidic and catalytic properties of H3PW12O40
Trolliet, C.; Coudurier, G.; Védrine, J.C.
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