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Considering that 1948, this serial has sought to fill the distance among the papers and the textbooks that train the various components of catalysis examine. This quantity contains articles at the purposes of adsorption microcalorimetry and natural syntheses utilizing aluminosilicates.
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NiOIy-Al,O, An EXAFS study on the system NiOly-Al,O, (52) has been reported by Jin et al. Figure 23 shows the radial distribution function around Ni obtained by Fourier transform from EXAFS spectra of two samples in the system NiOly-Al,O, and a sample of crystalline NiO. 96 Taking phase shift into account, we assign peak 1 in Fig. 23 to Ni-0 and the highest peak 2 to Ni-Ni. We note in passing that the concentrations of NiO in samples b and c in Fig. 23 are still below the monolayer dispersion capacity stated in Table 11, and in these two samples the Ni-Ni peak (peak 2) is lower than the Ni-0 peak (peak l), and is incomparably lower than the Ni-Ni peak in sample a.
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