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Scientists and researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are working with computational chemists in an effort to optimize supported bimetallic catalysts. The impact is the development of stable and active catalysts for tar-reforming of biomass-derived syngas. The Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) images show Ir/Ni nano particles (the pink or yellow color indicates Ni-rich particles) on Mg/Al spinel support.

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Document Title: STEM images of Mg/Al spinel suppported Ni/Ir nanoparticles (yellow color indicates Ni-rich partticles).
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