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The Article of the Research Team of Boreskov Institute of Catalysis has been announced on Elsevier Physics Twitter Channel

22 December 2017

The article “The decomposition of mixed oxide Ag2Cu2O3: Structural features and the catalytic properties in CO and C2H4 oxidation” by Professor Andrey Boronin of Boreskov Institute of Catalysis has been picked up by the social media team of Applied Surface Science at Elsevier and announced on Elsevier Physics Twitter Channel.

The article has also been granted with promotional access for the coming three months.

Congratulations to Professor Boronin and his co-authors Dmitry Svintsitskiy, Tatyana Kardash, Elena Slavinskaya, Olga Stonkus and Sergei Koscheev on this success and gratitude for  maintaining the high quality of their research and for raising the international standing of Boreskov Institute of Catalysis.



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