Advanced Materials in Catalysis by Frank Bolz (Auth.)

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F o r bimetallic catalysts containing iron, Mössbauer spectroscopy provides information on the coclustering of only the iron component unless a system is chosen in which the second element is also amenable to Mössbauer investigation. Such combinations as R u F e and IrFe offer this possibility but have not been extensively studied. Nevertheless, some insight into the factors that affect the extent and uniformity of coclustering may be inferred from studies of only the iron component in supported bimetallic catalysts.

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