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Faraday Discussion 162: Berlin April 10th 2013

The topic for the Faraday discussion in Berlin this year is the formation and chemistry of nanoparticles on surfaces. Discussion has been very lively and a number of interesting points have arisen. One is the way in which the ligands … Continue reading

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Supported Iron Nanoparticles as Catalysts for Sustainable Production of Lower Olefins

Supported Iron Nanoparticles as Catalysts for Sustainable Production of Lower Olefins. Fischer Tropsch catalysis is an important enabling technology that is likely to increase in importance as fossil fuels become less economically attractive. de Jong and colleagues from Delft, DOW … Continue reading

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Silver soils

Silver soils. Article in Chemistry World. What’s interesting is the part about nanoparticles being generated from silver and copper surfaces simply from exposure to moisture (by implication in the presence of oxygen) This is from work by Hutchinson et al. … Continue reading

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