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Single-step, highly active, and highly selective nanoparticle catalysts for the hydrogenation of key organic compounds

Bibliographic reference Raja, R. ; Khimyak, T. ; Thomas, J.M. ; Hermans, Sophie ; Johnson, B.F.G.. Single-step, highly active, and highly selective nanoparticle catalysts for the hydrogenation of key organic compounds. In: Angewandte Chemie (International Edition), Vol. 40, no. 24, p. 4638-4642 (2001)
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