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Relative Activity and Selectivity of Nanoscale Mo2N, Mo2C and MoS2 Catalysts Synthesized by Laser Pyrolysis

  • R. Ochoa (a1), G. T. Hager (a1), W. T. Lee (a2), S. Bandow (a3), E. Givens (a1) and P. C. Eklund (a1) (a2)...

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Nanoscale and well dispersed catalyst particles offer a large number of advantages: no diffusion resistance, easy accessibility to reactants, and a large number of active sites. In coal liquefaction, highly dispersed catalysts are especially needed because the catalyst particles are only able to influence reactions within their immediate vicinity.

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