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For titanium dioxide the situation is becoming clearer. r. investigations on the titania surface. Although there are some differences in detail in the assignments between the authors there would now seem reasonable justification for assuming that on the surface of rutile two distinct types of isolated hydroxyl group exist in different stereochemical environments. Parfitt et ai conclude that one of these is associated with a metal site having monodentate attachment (terminal OH) and the other on an oxide site with bidentate attachment (bridged OH).

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