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Surface-Supported Metal Clusters and their Catalysis in Co-Based Reactions

  • M. Ichikawa
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Part of the Catalysis by Metal Complexes book series (CMCO, volume 7)

Abstract

Metal clusters are characterized by their unique framework consisting of three or more (up to 35), metal atoms which are stabilized by appropriate ligands such as carbonyls, phosphines and halides, and which can exist as electroneutral species or ions (see Figure 1). Among the more interesting clusters is a rhodium carbonyl species having an icosahedral Rh13 unit in its structure and a platinum species containing 19 metal atoms whose dimensions (0.8 X 1.1 nm) are close to those of the smallest crystallites in petroleum-reforming supported catalysts. We might expect that such metal clusters with or without ancillary ligands will exhibit structural and catalytic properties intermediate between those of mononuclear complexes and bulk metal surfaces, including conventionally supported metal crystallites which possess a spectrum of different particle sizes.

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Metal Cluster Methanol Synthesis Bimetallic Cluster Carbonyl Cluster Carbonyl Ligand 
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  • M. Ichikawa
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  1. 1.The Research Institute of CatalysisHokkaido UniversitySapporoJapan

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