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Atomic scale characterization, by means of electron microscopy techniques, of Ruthenium catalysts supported on cerium and zirconim mixed oxides

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The vertiginous growth of the electron microscopy techniques in the recent past has allowed, among other things, structural and nanoanalytical techniques together in the same instrument. Thus it is possible to analyze in a simultaneous way, the structure of the materials on atomic scale and its chemical composition. With the objective to prepare interesting catalytic materials in diverse chemical processes related to the environmental catalysis, a comprehensible effort has been dedicated to the characterization of catalysts constituted by Ruthenium as metallic phase and diverse Cerium mixed oxides as support.

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