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Social solidarity economy and urban commoning in post-crisis contexts: Madrid and Athens in a comparative perspective

Authors: Arampatzi, A Article; Early Access. J. Urban Aff.. vol: . page: 0735-2166. Date: . . Doi: 10.1080/07352166.2020.1814677. Abstract: The social solidarity economy (SSE), as an alternative paradigm to crisis-prone market-driven capitalism, gained significant momentum during the last decade in cities such as Madrid and Athens that experienced the harsh impact of neoliberal austerity. This article [leer más]

2020-10-29T09:10:06+01:00Categories: Publicaciones 2020|Tags: |

Biosynthesis of Gold Clusters and Nanoparticles by Using Extracts of Mexican Plants and Evaluation of Their Catalytic Activity in Oxidation Reactions

Authors: Aguilar-Pliego, J; Nunez, RZ; Agundez, J; Valdes, RD; Perez-Pariente, J Article; Early Access. Catal. Lett.. vol: . page: 1011-372X. Date: . . Doi: 10.1007/s10562-020-03416-4. Abstract: This work shows the biosynthesis of gold clusters and nanoparticles (AuNPs) from a solution of gold in a mixture of ammonium chloride and nitric acid treated with two different Mexican [leer más]

2020-10-29T09:10:06+01:00Categories: Publicaciones 2020|Tags: , |

Effect of Cu and Cs in the beta-Mo2C System for CO2 Hydrogenation to Methanol

Authors: Dongil, AB; Zhang, Q; Pastor-Perez, L; Ramirez-Reina, T; Guerrero-Ruiz, A; Rodriguez-Ramos, I

Catalysts. vol: 10. page: .
Date: OCT. 2020.
Doi: 10.3390/catal10101213.

Mitigation of anthropogenic CO2 emissions possess a major global challenge for modern societies. Herein, catalytic solutions are meant to play a key role. Among the different catalysts for CO2 conversion, Cu supported molybdenum carbide is receiving increasing [leer más]

2020-10-27T00:00:00+01:00Categories: Publicaciones 2020|Tags: , |

Selective hydrogen production from formic acid decomposition over Mo carbides supported on carbon materials

Authors: Carrales-Alvarado, DH; Dongil, AB; Fernandez-Morales, JM; Fernandez-Garcia, M; Guerrero-Ruiz, A; Rodriguez-Ramos, I Article. Catal. Sci. Technol.. vol: 10. page: 2044-4753. Date: oct-21. 2020. Doi: 10.1039/d0cy01088j. Abstract: The decomposition of formic acid to obtain hydrogen has been studied using molybdenum carbides supported on activated carbon and two high surface area graphites, H-200 (200 m(2) g(-1)) and [leer más]

2020-10-21T00:00:00+02:00Categories: Publicaciones 2020|Tags: , |


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