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Synergetic behavior of TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1-z) catalysts in the green synthesis of methyl formate

Bibliographic reference Baldovino Medrano, Victor G. ; Pollefeyt, Glenn ; Bliznuk, Vitaliy ; Van Driessche, Iabel ; Gaigneaux, Eric M. ; et. al. Synergetic behavior of TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1-z) catalysts in the green synthesis of methyl formate. In: ChemCatChem, Vol. 8 (2016)
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