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An integrated total neutron scattering – NMR approach for the study of heterogeneous catalysis

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Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and total neutron scattering techniques are established methods for the characterisation of liquid phases in confined pore spaces during chemical reactions. Herein, we describe the first combined total neutron scattering – NMR setup as a probe for the catalytic heterogeneous reduction of benzene-d6 with D2 in 3 wt% Pt/MCM-41.

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Submitted
13 Jun 2018
Accepted
26 Jun 2018
First published
23 Aug 2018

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2018,54, 10191-10194
Article type
Communication

An integrated total neutron scattering – NMR approach for the study of heterogeneous catalysis

M. Leutzsch, M. Falkowska, T. Hughes, A. J. Sederman, L. F. Gladden, M. D. Mantle, T. G. A. Youngs, D. Bowron, H. Manyar and C. Hardacre, Chem. Commun., 2018, 54, 10191
DOI: 10.1039/C8CC04740E

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