Atomically Dispersed Gold and Platinum Species on Various Oxide Supports for Catalytic Low-Temperature Hydrogen Generation.

Yang, Ming.


  • Abstract: The concept of "catalytic active sites" is ninety years old, first defined by Sir Hugh Stott Taylor in 1925 as the place where the catalytic reaction occurs. In a homogeneous phase the active sites are uniquely defined, but on a heterogeneous catalyst surface, it is typically a hard task to identify the active sites, the latter often changing with the preparation and operating condit... read more
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