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The Problem of Heterogeneously Catalyzed Partial Oxidation: Model Studies on Single Crystal Surfaces

  • R. J. Madix
  • J. T. Roberts
Part of the Springer Series in Surface Sciences book series (SSSUR, volume 34)

Abstract

The oxidation of organic molecules mediated by metal surfaces is a subject of immense importance. Either complete oxidation to water and carbon dioxide or partial and selective oxidation to valuable chemical intermediates may be desired. These two extremes are obviously mutually exclusive, and identification of the surface-bound intermediates involved and their rates of reaction is needed to intelligently design reaction systems favoring partial or complete oxidation. The current understanding of metal mediated oxidation processes is the subject of this chapter.

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Ultrahigh Vacuum Allyl Alcohol Bond Activation Methyl Formate Oxygen Coverage 
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