NewsScientists home in on pairs of atoms that boost a catalyst’s
activity

22nd June 2020by admin0
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Replacing the expensive metals that break down exhaust
gases in catalytic converters with cheaper, more effective
materials is a top priority for scientists, for both economic and
environmental reasons. Catalysts are required to perform chemical
reactions that would otherwise not happen, such as converting
polluting gases from automotive exhaust into clean compounds that
can be released into the environment. To improve them, researchers
need a deeper understanding of exactly how they catalysts
work.

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