Welcome to the 57th Year of Publication of Platinum Metals Review
A free, quarterly journal of research on the science and technology of the platinum group metals and developments in their application in industry.
The Latest Issue of the Journal Volume 57 Issue 2
The April 2013 part of the journal is now available to download, free of charge, as web pages, PDF files or a full-issue PDF (1.6 MB). See below for access to individual articles or click the button on the right for the full-issue PDF.
Contents of this Issue
An editorial by Sara Coles
A conference review by Eleni Heracleous and Angeliki Lemonidou
By Bill Griffith
A conference review by Tim Johnson
A book review by Laura Ashfield
By John Arblaster
A book review by Bruno Pollet
A conference review by Mikhail Piskulov and Carol Chiu
A Final Analysis by Jon Cooper and Paul Phillips
The Journal Archive provides access to every issue of Platinum Metals Review (Volume 1 to date).
You may be interested in the following key papers from the Archive:
‘A Healthy Future: Platinum in Medical Applications’, A. Cowley and B. Woodward, Platinum Metals Rev., 2011, 55, (2), 98
‘The Platinum Group Element Deposits of the Bushveld Complex in South Africa’, R. G. Cawthorn, Platinum Metals Rev., 2010, 54, (4), 205
‘Enhancement of Industrial Hydroformylation Processes by the Adoption of Rhodium-Based Catalyst: Part I’, R. Tudor and M. Ashley, Platinum Metals Rev., 2007, 51, (3), 116; see also Part II
‘Twenty-Five Years of Autocatalysts’, M. V. Twigg, Platinum Metals Rev., 1999, 43, (4), 168
‘The Palladium-Hydrogen System’, F. A. Lewis, Platinum Metals Rev., 1982, 26, (1), 20 and references cited therein
‘Virtual Issues’ pull together articles from the Platinum Metals Review archive which are relevant to a particular area of technology.
Latest Virtual Issue: ‘The Chemistry of the Platinum Group Metals’
A collection of reviews of a triennial international conference series devoted solely to the chemistry of the platinum group metals. The conferences were sponsored jointly by the Dalton Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry and Johnson Matthey and covered topics such as organometallic, catalytic and coordination chemistry. The Virtual Issue is available to download free of charge.
The Resources section provides links, further reading and additional information about the platinum group metals.
A series of videos showing pgm science and manufacturing in action are available on Johnson Matthey Plc’s YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/JohnsonMattheyPlc
Some of our favourite social networking sites with relevance to pgms science, technology and applications on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook are below:
Catalysis | LinkedIn
Acts as an expertise platform about catalysis research, applied catalysis and sustainable chemistry.
Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Network | LinkedIn
Serves to connect those advocating fuel cell and hydrogen technologies.
Platinum Today JM (PlatinumTodayJM) | Twitter
Fuel Cell Today (FuelCellToday) | Twitter
Platinum Guild International | Facebook
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Johnson Matthey Graduate Recruitment | Facebook
A History of Platinum and its Allied Metals
“A History of Platinum and its Allied Metals” is a comprehensive and frequently cited book on the history of platinum and its associated metals, published by Johnson Matthey. It covers important discoveries and scientific work on the pgms up to the early twentieth century. Increasing knowledge of the six metals is interwoven with the growth in science since the eighteenth century. The book contains twenty-four chapters, 450 pages, over 600 references and 235 illustrations (20 in colour) including 100 portraits.
You can order a copy, price UK £20, Europe €30 or US $45 including postage and packing. Please complete the contact us form, selecting the category “A History of Platinum and its Allied Metals”.