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Incoherent inelastic neutron scattering (IINS) measurements of hydrogen bound to Ir6 clusters in the nanoscale pores of zeolite NaY and similar clusters in KL zeolite are reported. On the basis of hydrogen uptake measurements and the observation of peaks in the IINS spectra, we infer that hydrogen is bound to the metal nanoclusters in the zeolite pores. The HINS data for both zeolites are similar and consistent with the presence of IrH2 species.
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