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Volume 20, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 0032-1400

Abstract

Highly dispersed metallic clusters composed of two or more metals within Group VIII, or combinations of one or more Group VIII metals with a Group IB metal, when supported on a carrier, form catalysts of considerable theoretical interest which also have practical industrial applications. The simpler bimetallic clusters have provided useful model systems for investigating basic concepts and have demonstrated that their catalytic behaviour can be very different for different types of reactions. The idea of polymetallic clusters could be applicable to a number of combinations of elements, so increasing the range of catalytically useful systems.

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