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Hugh Stott Taylor grad student 1934 Princeton
 (The activated adsorption of hydrocarbons)
John Lennard-Jones post-doc 1935 Cambridge
Karl Friedrich Bonhoeffer post-doc 1936 Universität Leipzig
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Turkevich J, Miner RS, Babenkova L. (1986) Further studies on the synthesis of finely divided platinum Journal of Physical Chemistry. 90: 4765-4767
Turkevich J. (1985) Colloidal gold. Part II - Colour, coagulation, adhesion, alloying and catalytic properties Gold Bulletin. 18: 125-131
Turkevich J. (1985) Colloidal gold. Part I - Historical and preparative aspects, morphology and structure Gold Bulletin. 18: 86-91
Turkevich J, Miner RS. (1983) Catalytic activity of platinum antitumor compounds Journal of Clinical Hematology and Oncology. 13: 65-72
Miner RS, Namba S, Turkevich J. (1981) Synthesis, Characteristics and Catalytic Activity of Monodisperse Platinum Alloys with Gold and Palladium Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis. 7: 160-172
González Tejuca L, Turkevich J. (1978) Characterization of supported platinum, hydrogenation and H 2-D2 equilibration Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 1: Physical Chemistry in Condensed Phases. 74: 1064-1074
Demirci S, Enüstün BV, Turkevich J. (1978) Stability of colloidal gold and determination of the Hamaker constant Journal of Physical Chemistry. 82: 2710-2711
Miner RS, Ione KG, Namba S, et al. (1978) Hydrogenation of hexene over platinum on alumina vs. platinum in a Na-Y zeolite Journal of Physical Chemistry. 82: 214-218
Iton LE, Turkevich J. (1978) Trapping and stabilization of hydrogen atoms in intracrystalline voids. Defected calcium fluorides and Y zeolite surfaces Journal of Physical Chemistry. 82: 200-214
Denney D, Mastikhin VM, Namba S, et al. (1978) Carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance of simple molecules adsorbed on catalytic surfaces Journal of Physical Chemistry. 82: 1752-1760
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