NewsThe challenge of presenting novel nanostructural bimetallic
composite for catalysis

19th April 2021by admin0
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Solid-matrix catalysts called heterogeneous catalysts
are among the most widespread industrial applications in reducing
toxic gases, unburned fuel, and particulate matter in the exhaust
stream from the combustion chamber. They are also used in energy,
chemical, and pharmaceutical sectors, i.e., production of
biodiesel, polymers, biomass/waste conversion into valuable
products, and many others processes. All thanks to their active
sites and high surface. Nevertheless, their high efficiency is
limited by the astronomic price of noble metals, So, cost-effective
substitutes with comparable effectivity seem to be a holy grail for
the industry. A recent paper presented by scientists from the
Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences led by
dr. eng. Izabela S. Pieta faces the challenge of presenting novel
nanostructural bimetallic composite for catalysis.

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