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Reference type: Book Chapter
Authors: Tada M, Iwasawa Y
Publication date: 2005
Chapter title: Chemical design and in situ characterization of active surfaces for selective catalysis.
Page numbers: 397-426.
DOI: 10.1146/annurev.matsci.35.102003.142526

Book title: The Materials Design and Chemistry of Environmentally Acceptable Catalysts
Editors: Clarke DR, Rühle M
Publisher: Annual Reviews
City: Palo Alto
Series title: Annual Review of Materials Research
Volume number: 35

Abstract: This review illustrates how catalytically active molecular structures are created on oxide surfaces by attachment of metal complexes with subsequent structural transformation and molecular imprinting on the surfaces. Also discussed is how the designed surfaces are characterized in situ by physical techniques including conventional and time-resolved X-ray absorption fine structure. The structural transformation and molecular imprinting for attached metal complexes can provide a new class of catalytic materials with a high complexity for selective catalysis including shape-selective and asymmetric catalysis.
Template and target information: Review - designed catalysts


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