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Faster X-ray technology paves the way for better catalysts: Researchers observe a catalyst surface at work with atomic resolution

By using a novel X-ray technique, researchers have observed a catalyst surface at work in real time and were able to resolve its atomic structure in detail. The new technique may pave the way for the design of better catalysts and other materials on the atomic level.
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