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Gangavarapu Ranga Rao

Bio: Gangavarapu Ranga Rao is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topic(s): Adsorption & Oxygen. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 2 publication(s) receiving 1 citation(s).
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Abstract: Core-level spectroscopic studies suggest that cuprates nominally supposed to contain Cu3+ ions are likely to have the excess positive charge on oxygen instead, giving rise to O– type species (oxygen holes).

1 citations

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Abstract: Nitrogen is dissociatively adsorbed on an annealed Ni/TiO2 surface just as on a Ti–Ni alloy surface while it is molecularly adsorbed on a Ni/Al2O3 surface.

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G. Blasse1Institutions (1)
01 Jan 1991-
Abstract: This paper surveys several aspects of metal-to-metal charge-transfer transitions. Species of interest originate from non-molecular and molecular solids and from solutions. The parallel in the different approaches is stressed. In addition to the spectroscopy of these transitions, their influence or role in other phenomena is also discussed.

111 citations


Author's H-index: 1

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