John Meurig Thomas - Selected Bibliography

Selected Bibliography

  • Introduction to the Principles of Heterogeneous Catalysis, 1967, Academic Press. (With W.J. Thomas).
  • Selections and Reflections: The Legacy of Sir Lawrence Bragg, 1990, Science Reviews. (With Lord David Phillips, editors).
  • Michael Faraday and the Royal Institution: The Genius of Man and Place, 1991, Institute of Physics Publishing.
  • Perspectives in Catalysis, 1992, Blackwells. (With K.I. Zamaraev, editors).
  • Principles and Practice of Heterogeneous Catalysis, 1997, Wiley. (With W.J. Thomas).
  • 4D Electron Microscopy: Imaging in Space and Time, 2010, Imperial College Press. (With A.H. Zewail).
  • Design and Applications of Single-Site Heterogeneous Catalysts: Contributions to Green Chemistry, Clean Technology and Sustainability, 2012, Imperial College Press.

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