Cumulative Subject and Contributor Indexes and Tables of by Werner O. Haagᾠ, Bruce C. Gates and Helmut Knözinger (Eds.)

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SMITH, AND MIHALYBARTOK........... 329 Volume 37 Spontaneous Monolayer Dispersion of Oxides and Salts onto Surfaces of Supports: Applications t o Heterogeneous Catalysis YOU-CHANG XIE AND YOU-QITANG .................................. 1 Catalysis by Supported, Unsupported, and Electron-Deficient Palladium ZBIGNIEWKARPINSKI ................................................... 45 The Bond-Order Conservation Approach to Chemisorption and Heterogeneous Catalysis: Applications and Implications EVGENYSHUSTOROVICH ................................................

283 Volume 39 Application of Percolation Theory t o Describing Kinetic Processes in Porous Solids V. P. ZHDANOV.. 1 Oscillatory Reactions in Heterogeneous Catalysis F. , E. HENRY,AND L. D. SCHMIDT........................ 52 Zeolite-Supported Transition Metal Catalysts WOLFGANG M. H. SACHTLER AND ZONGCHAO ZHANG................. 129 Selectivity Control and Catalyst Design in the FischerTropsch Synthesis: Sites, Pellets, and Reactors ENRIQUEIGLESIA,SEBASTIAN C. REYES,ROSTAMJ. MADON, AND STUART L.

173 xxx CONTENTS OF VOLUMES 1 4 2 Structure and Reactivity of Perovskite-Type Oxides LUIS G. TEJUCA,JOSE LUIS G. FIERRO, AND JUAN M. D. TASCON.. 231 New Catalytic Materials from Amorphous Metal Alloys h h MOLNAR,GERARD v. SMITH, AND MIHALYBARTOK........... 329 Volume 37 Spontaneous Monolayer Dispersion of Oxides and Salts onto Surfaces of Supports: Applications t o Heterogeneous Catalysis YOU-CHANG XIE AND YOU-QITANG .................................. 1 Catalysis by Supported, Unsupported, and Electron-Deficient Palladium ZBIGNIEWKARPINSKI ...................................................

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