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Default 17O NMR Gives Unprecedented Insights into the Structure of Supported Catalysts and Their Interaction with the Silica Carrier

17O NMR Gives Unprecedented Insights into the Structure of Supported Catalysts and Their Interaction with the Silica Carrier

Nicolas Merle, Julien Tre?bosc, Anne Baudouin, Iker Del Rosal, Laurent Maron, Kai Szeto, Marie Genelot, Andre? Mortreux, Mostafa Taoufik, Laurent Delevoye and Re?gis M. Gauvin



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DOI: 10.1021/ja301085m




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