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Using crystalline supports such as zeolites is advantageous because the hindrance of surface non-uniformity may be largely overcome. 1. Because the density of anchoring sites in a zeolite can be varied by changing its Si/Al ratio, the spatial distance between supported metal complexes can be controlled to some extent. 11–13 This chapter describes the synthesis and characterization of zeolitesupported molecular metal complex catalysts (supported mononuclear metal complexes that function essentially as molecules).

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