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Open Access Studies of Precious Metal Catalysts in the CARMAC Programme

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One of the recurrent challenges in catalysis is how to ensure that the right reactions take place. In a recent collaborative programme between academic and industrial partners, some of the key issues relating to reactant specificity and product selectivity in liquid and gas media have been tackled using a combination of computational modelling, catalyst chemistry and chemical engineering. As well as providing solutions to several real-life problems from the chemical manufacturing industry, essential skills required for in situ studies have been established within the academic centres during the course of the programme. These developing skills are intended to have an ongoing impact on the understanding and application of complex multiphase processes, in which platinum group metals and other precious metals are often present as catalysts.

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Publication date: July 1, 2010

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