NewsAnchoring single atoms for catalysis

31st August 2021by admin0
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There is a dictum to “never change a running system.”
New methods can however be far superior to older ones. While to
date chemical reactions are mainly accelerated by catalytic
materials that comprise several hundreds of atoms, the use of
single atoms could provide a new approach for
catalysis.

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