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Surface SFG is applicable to gas/solid, liquid/solid, gas/liquid, and solid/solid interfaces. Surface tailoring has strategic advantages in the synthesis of catalysts with surface structures and compositions which are analogous or unusual in homogeneous systems, and acutely difficult to make in traditional heterogeneous systems. Chemically designed metal oxide catalysts may also contribute to a complete understanding of the origin of heterogeneous catalysis and hence basic implications and new strategies for the development of new types of promising catalysts.
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