Yadav, G. D.
April 2005
Chemical Business;Apr2005, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p13
Trade Publication
Presents abstracts of several studies on chemical processing and engineering. "Biodegradation of Cyanide," by Mufaddal I. Ezzi and James M. Lynch; "Bimetallic Nano-Particles: Featuring Structure and Reactivity," by L. Guczi; "New Iron Containing Mesoporous Catalysts," by Maciej Trejda and Maria Ziolek; "High Technology Catalysts Towards 100% Selectivity," by G. A. Somorjal and R. M. Rioux.


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