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Depth profile of alloying extent and composition in bimetallic nanoparticles investigated by in situ x-ray absorption spectroscopy
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See EPAPS Document No. for details of the XAS data analysis including figures and tables of the fitting results and detailed figure showing variation of core Ru composition at various degrees of cluster oxidation and potentials. This document can be reached via a direct link in the online article’s HTML reference section or via the EPAPS homepage (http://www.aip.org/pubservs/epaps. html
12.Degree of Ru oxidation is calculated by using the following expression: ( of the sample)/( of reference), where of the sample is a number of O neighbors around Ru of the catalyst at various conditions.
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