Fundamental Principles of Selective Heterogeneous Oxidation Catalysis
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- Grasselli, R.K. Topics in Catalysis (2002) 21: 79. doi:10.1023/A:1020556131984
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Seven principles (“seven pillars”) underpinning selective heterogeneous oxidation catalysis, comprising lattice oxygen, metal-oxygen bond strength, host structure, redox, multifunctionality of active sites, site isolation, and phase cooperation are described. Their intended utilization towards a deeper understanding of metal oxide catalyst behavior and application towards catalyst design are indicated.