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Presents an account of the research on bimetallic catalysts. Focuses attention on the possibility of influencing the selectivity of chemical transformations on metal surfaces and preparing metal alloys in a highly dispersed state. Covers the validation and elucidation of the bimetallic cluster concept. Includes figures and tables.
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John H. Sinfelt (February 18, 1931, Munson, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania – died May 28, 2011, Morristown, New Jersey) was an American chemical engineer whose research on catalytic reforming was responsible for the introduction of unleaded gasoline.
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