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Structure Determination of Small Metal Particles by Electron Microscopy

  • M. J. Yacaman
Part of the Springer Series in Chemical Physics book series (CHEMICAL, volume 35)

Abstract

The characterization of small metal particles is of direct importance for catalytic activity studies, since many of the most interesting catalysts are composed of metal particles (Rh, Pt, Re, etc.) supported on a carrier (γ-Al2O3, C, etc.). A systematic study of the crystal planes that a particle exposes to a gas during a reaction has direct impact on our knowledge of the physics and chemistry of surfaces.

Keywords

Gold Particle Zone Axis Microdiffraction Pattern Tetrahedral Unit Small Metal Particle 
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