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Indeed such M=O groups have been detected for W6+, Mo6+, V5+, Re7+, and Cr6+ oxides on y-AI2O3 [37,38], and Mo6+ and V5+ on titania [39,401. The frequencies of these terminal double bonds vary somewhat depending on the surface coverage of the dispersed phase and on whether the double bond is interacting with adsorbed water or surface hydroxyl groups [41 and references thercin]. Nickel oxide also forms a well-dispersed phase on y-A1203 instead of crystallites of NiO. This well-dispersed two-dimensional phax may actually be Ni occupying the octahedral and/or the tetrahedral holes at the surface of the alumina to form a layer of spinel-like NiA1204 [26,27,42].
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An introduction to the physics of nonneutral plasmas by Ronald C. Davidson