Overcoming Limitation in the Design of Selective Solid Catalysts by Manipulating Shape and Size of Catalytic Particles: Epoxidation Reactions on Silver


Conventional solid metal catalysts, usually synthesized using wet impregnation strategies, are almost always quasi-spherical particles mainly terminated by low-energy surface facets, such as the (111) surface for fcc crystals and the (0001) surface for hcp crystals, and supported on high surface area materials. The diameter of these metal particles is from… (More)


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