for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Reactions on nanostructured and microporous surfaces

@inproceedings{Clemens2015forTD,
  title={for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Reactions on nanostructured and microporous surfaces},
  author={Anna Clemens},
  year={2015}
}
Interactions between surfaces and molecules play a central role in various fields where catalysis is one example. In order to understand different surface processes, physicochemical characterisation of the surface materials and molecules is required. The present work aims at characterisation of such processes on nanostructured and microporous surfaces with application for astrochemistry and selective NOx reduction. The astrochemical studies are motivated by the need for realistic model systems… CONTINUE READING

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