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Volume 4, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 0032-1400

Abstract

The growing importance of catalysis in the chemical industry has been recognised by the organisation of a series of International Conferences, the first being held in Philadelphia in 1956. At the second Conference, arranged in Paris in July by the Societe” de Chimie Physique and the Institut Franqais du Petrole, over 600 representatives attended. This review deals with those of the papers describing work carried out with the platinum metals.

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