ACS Catalysis
Methane Partial Oxidation over [Cu2(μ-O)]2+ and [Cu3(μ-O)3]2+ Active Species in Large-Pore Zeolites
Mechanism of CO2 Reduction at Copper Surfaces: Pathways to C2 Products
CO2 Hydrogenation to Methanol over Catalysts Derived from Single Cationic Layer CuZnGa LDH Precursors
Tuning the Dynamic Interfacial Structure of Copper–Ceria Catalysts by Indium Oxide during CO Oxidation
Direct Stepwise Oxidation of Methane to Methanol over Cu–SiO2
Role of Support Lewis Acid Strength in Copper-Oxide-Catalyzed Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Cyclohexane
Promotion of Niobium Oxide Sulfidation by Copper and Its Effects on Hydrodesulfurization Catalysis
Synthesis of Propene from Ethanol: A Mechanistic Study
Design of Interfacial Sites between Cu and Amorphous ZrO2 Dedicated to CO2-to-Methanol Hydrogenation
Catalysis Science and Technology
Effect of Brønsted acid sites on the direct conversion of methane into methanol over copper-exchanged mordenite
Bimetallic catalysts for green methanol production via CO2 and renewable hydrogen: a mini-review and prospects
Recent progress in improving the stability of copper-based catalysts for hydrogenation of carbon–oxygen bonds
Methane-to-methanol conversion over zeolite Cu-SSZ-13, and its comparison with the selective catalytic reduction of NOx with NH3
Cation-exchanged zeolites for the selective oxidation of methane to methanol
Effect of Reduction Treatment on CO Oxidation with CeO2 Nanorod-Supported CuOX Catalysts
Copper–Palladium Tetrapods with Sharp Tips as a Superior Catalyst for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction
The Effect of Copper Loading on Iron Carbide Formation and Surface Species in Iron‐Based Fischer–Tropsch Synthesis Catalysts
Selective Production of Oxygenates from Carbon Dioxide Hydrogenation over a Mesoporous‐Silica‐Supported Copper‐Gallium Nanocomposite Catalyst
A Novel Post‐Synthesis Modification of CuO‐CeO2 Catalysts: Effect on Their Activity for Selective CO Oxidation
Cost‐Effective Palladium‐Doped Cu Bimetallic Materials to Tune Selectivity and Activity by using Doped Atom Ensembles as Active Sites for Efficient Removal of Acetylene from Ethylene

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