CO oxidation over Au / TiO 2 prepared from metal-organic gold complexes

@inproceedings{Yan2006COOO,
  title={CO oxidation over Au / TiO 2 prepared from metal-organic gold complexes},
  author={Zhen Yan and Sivadinarayana Chinta and Ahmed Abdullah Mohamed and John P. Fackler and David Wayne Goodman},
  year={2006}
}
Although the early publications by Bond et al. [1,2] and Parravano et al. [3,4] reported that small gold particles exhibited catalytic activity for some reactions, such as hydrogenation of olefins and oxygen transfer reactions, gold was generally considered to be catalytically inactive [5]. Over the past 20 years, the volume of literature on the application of gold catalysts has been steadily increasing since Haruta reported that highly dispersed gold particles supported on metal oxides are… CONTINUE READING

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Over the past 20 years , the volume of literature on the application of gold catalysts has been steadily increasing since Haruta reported that highly dispersed gold particles supported on metal oxides are extremely active for CO oxidation [ 6,7 ] .
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Over the past 20 years , the volume of literature on the application of gold catalysts has been steadily increasing since Haruta reported that highly dispersed gold particles supported on metal oxides are extremely active for CO oxidation [ 6,7 ] .
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