The Use of Infrared Spectroscopy to Study Surface Groups and Adsorbed Species on Catalysts
In recent years, the application of spectroscopic techniques to problems in surface chemistry and catalysis has been growing at an ever-increasing rate. The most popular technique has been infrared spectroscopy followed by nuclear magnetic resonance and electron spin resonance.
KeywordsElectron Spin Resonance Acid Site Aluminum Atom Total Ammonia Surface Acid Site
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