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Nanoparticles for Catalysis

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Nanoparticles for Catalysis
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN-13: 9783038425373
Number of pages: 166

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The present book is aimed at illustrating the width of applications of metal nanoparticles in catalysis. It covers aspects such as metal nanoparticles preparation using natural biomolecules to the catalytic, photocatalytic and electrocatalytic activity of supported metal nanoparticles.

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