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ACS Catalysis recognized contribution of the Russian scientists into the development of catalytic research

30 July 2020

ACS Catalysis celebrated the most quoted contributions of the decade: they include the papers by the Russian scientists, in particular, from Boreskov Institute of Catalysis.

ACS Catalysis recognized the contribution into its development from the researchers of Austria, Belgium, Brazil, and Russia. The editors chose nine papers with 100+ citations, and three of them are written by the scientists from Boreskov Institute of Catalysis. They are "Asymmetric Epoxidations with H2O2 on Fe and Mn Aminopyridine Catalysts: Probing the Nature of Active Species by Combined Electron Paramagnetic Resonance and Enantioselectivity Study", "Single Atoms of Pt-Group Metals Stabilized by N-Doped Carbon Nanofibers for Efficient Hydrogen Production from Formic Acid" and "Single Isolated Pd2+ Cations Supported on N-Doped Carbon as Active Sites for Hydrogen Production from Formic Acid Decomposition".


"ACS Catalysis is one of the most reputable specialized journals on catalysis. Celebrating the first decade of its action, the journal sums up the results and analyzes the most quoted publications of the authors from different countries. The results of the analysis confirm the leading position of BIC in the field of catalysis inside our country as well as the significant contribution of actual and former researchers of the Institute into the development of catalysis on a global scale," — RAS Prof. Konstantin Brylyakov comments.

Authors from each of these countries have contributed >50 papers to the journal to date. "Referees from each of these countries have supplied many hundreds of insightful and authoritative reviews to the journal, and their contributions have furthered in significant ways the shaping of ACS Catalysis over our first 10 volumes of publication. In our quest to publish the most impactful work in catalysis, we look forward to future interactions with our colleagues in these highly research active countries." — said in the Editorial in ACS Catalysis.



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