Highly dispersed MoOx on carbon nanotube as support for high performance Pt catalyst towards methanol oxidation
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HPMo self-assembly on carbon nanotubes followed by decomposition is used to fabricate highly dispersed MoOx/CNTs as a support for high performance of a Pt catalyst towards methanol oxidation.
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