Govindachetty Saravanan

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A copper(II)-oxide-based exhaust catalyst exhibits better activity than Pt- and Rh-nanoparticle catalysts in NO remediation at 175 °C. Following theoretical design, the CuO catalyst is rationally prepared; CuO nanoplates bearing a maximized amount of the active {001} facet are arranged in interleaved layers. A field test using a commercial gasoline engine(More)
Perovskites are mixed-metal oxides that are attracting much scientific and application interest owing to their low price, adaptability, and thermal stability, which often depend on bulk and surface characteristics. These materials have been extensively explored for their catalytic, electrical, magnetic, and optical properties. They are promising candidates(More)
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