Ligand Migration from Cluster to Support: A Crucial Factor for Catalysis by Thiolate-protected Gold Clusters

Bei Zhang, Annelies Sels, Giovanni Salassa, Stephan Pollitt, Vera Truttmann, Christoph Rameshan, Jordi Llorca, Wojciech Olszewski, Günther Rupprechter, Thomas Bürgi, Noelia Barrabés

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The front cover artwork for issue 23/2018 is provided by an international group of scientists from the University of Geneva (Switzerland), the Technical University of Vienna (Austria), the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and ALBA Synchrotron Light Facility (Spain), and the University of Bialystok (Poland). The image shows the thiol ligand migration from the gold nanocluster to the surface once it has been supported, forming sulfur oxide species. See the Communication itself at
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PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 7 Dez. 2018
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The work was supported by governmental agencies from different research groups countries, like the Swiss National Science Foundation (grant number 200020_152596) and by the University of Geneva, the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) (grants I 1041‐N28, W1243). The Húnter Fellow and ICREA Academia Program and the Spanish Ministerium (MINECO/FEDER grant ENE2015‐63969‐R). B.Z. acknowledges a Chinese Scholarship Council Fellowship (201300120634) for the PhD grant. The S K‐edge determining results were obtained thanks to the beamtime at the CLAESS beamline (Proposal ID: 2015091489) of the ALBA synchrotron in Barcelona

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