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The Catalyst Genome.

Jens K. Nørskov, Thomas Bligaard
Published 2013 · Chemistry, Medicine
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The quest for the materials genome— the properties of a material that define its functional properties—has started. This signifies a transition to a new era of materials research where large amounts of materials data become available. The expectation is that this will significantly speed up the discovery of new materials. This is particularly true in the area of catalytic materials, where there is an urgent need for new catalysts and processes to enable the sustainable production of fuels and chemicals.



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