By Jacinto Sa, Anna Srebowata
Hydrogenation with inexpensive Transition Metals describes fresh advancements within the guidance of catalysts and their catalytic skills in chemoselective hydrogenation for the creation of good chemical compounds and pharmaceutical compounds. Emphasizing using reasonably cheap metals (Cu, Ni, Fe, and Ag) which are frequently found in the shape of nanoparticles, the booklet presents invaluable response mechanism schemes, engineering ideas, and point of view for the field.
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