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Equilibrium Coverage of Copper by Chemisorbed Hydrogen

Naturevolume 199page589 (1963) | Download Citation

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SEVERAL instances have been given in the literature1–3 in which copper will catalyse the para-ortho hydrogen conversion. This process requires the chemisorption of hydrogen, regardless of the reaction mechanism which may be prevailing.

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  1. College of Ceramics at Alfred University, State University of New York

    • D. R. ROSSINGTON
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