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New Frontiers in Gold Catalyzed Reactions
ExcerptFor many years, gold has been regarded as a poor catalyst due to its chemical inertness towards reactive molecules such as oxygen and hydrogen. The interest in using gold in catalysis has increased during the last 20 years, since Haruta reported the surprisingly high activity in CO oxidation at low temperature for small (3–5 nm) gold particles supported on various oxides. [...]
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Liotta, Leonarda F. 2012. "New Frontiers in Gold Catalyzed Reactions." Catalysts 2, no. 2: 299-302.
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