The Chemical Physics of Solid Surfaces and Heterogeneous Catalysis

The Chemical Physics of Solid Surfaces and Heterogeneous Catalysis

Author: David Anthony King

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ISBN: 9780444421784

Page: 317

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This series of volumes is a unique summary of the present state of understanding of solid surfaces. The physical basis of chemisorption and heterogeneous catalysis is presented as a well-developed science with contributions from an international panel of chemists, physicists and metallurgists. The books are destined to become a fundamental and indispensable reference source for all those studying the nature of solid surfaces and catalysis.

Catalysis

87 Boehm, H.-P., Knözinger, H.; Nature and Estimation of Functional Groups on
Solid Surfaces. Vol. 4, p. 39 Boreskov, G. K.: Catalytic Activation of Dioxygen. Vol.
3, p. 39 Burwell, R. L.: Determination of Mechanism in Heterogeneous Catalysis,
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Catalysis

Author: John R. Anderson

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642759564

Page: 190

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Our understanding of catalytic reactions exists at various levels which are mainly defined from detailed knowledge of reaction mechanism. When viewed in terms of the stoi chiometric reaction equation, most catalytic reactions are complex processes which occur via a sequence of elementary (i. e. irreducible) steps, and the elucidation ofthese elementary steps and the identification of a rate determining step (if one exists) constitutes the traditional approach to the problem of mechanism. The term "traditional" is not used here in a pejorative sense since mechanistic knowledge of this sort makes an important contribution to catalyst design, improvement, and optimization. This is the field which is discussed by Professor R. L. Burwell in Chapter 1 where the very wide range of useful approaches and techniques is made apparent, even when one is restricted to quasi-steady state conditions. Techniques which depend on observations under non steady state conditions (i. e. relaxation methods) have also been used in mechanistic studies, increasingly so in recent years. This topic is discussed in detail by Professor K. Tamaru in Chapter 2. At a deeper level of understanding, one may seek to enquire how an elementary reaction proceeds in terms of movement in a multicoordinate space where the variables define atomic positions and energy. This is a problem of great complexity even in relatively simple cases. Nevertheless, despite the problems some progress is being made, and this and allied topics are discussed in Chapter 3 by Professor G. L. Haller and Dr. G. W. Coulston.

Comprehensive Asymmetric Catalysis

The first supplement to the three volume reference work "Comprehensive Asymmetric Catalysis" critically reviews new developments to the hottest topics in the field written by recognised experts.

Comprehensive Asymmetric Catalysis

Author: Eric N. Jacobsen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540003335

Page: 238

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The first supplement to the three volume reference work "Comprehensive Asymmetric Catalysis" critically reviews new developments to the hottest topics in the field written by recognised experts. Eleven chapters which are already in the major reference work have been supplemented and additionally five new chapters have been included. Thus the state-of-the art in this area is now re-established. Together with the basic three volume book set this supplement is not only the principal reference source for synthetic organic chemists, but also for all scientific researchers who use chiral compounds in their work (for example, in biochemical investigations and molecular medicine) as well as for pharmaceutical chemists and other industrial researchers who prepare chiral compounds.

Kinetics and Catalysis

Borovkov , and V. B. Kazansky ( Kazanskii ) , J. Catal . , 72 , No. 1 , 149 ( 1981 ) .
V. B. Kazansky ( Kazanskii ) , v . Yu . Borovkov , and L. M. Kustov , Proc . 8th
Intern . Congress on Catalysis , Vol . 3 , West Berlin , Elsevier , Amsterdam ( 1984
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Kinetics and Catalysis

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Metal Clusters in Catalysis

T . N . Rhodin and G . Ertl ( Eds . ) , The Nature of the Surface Chemical Bond ,
North Holland , Amsterdam , 1979 . 19 . J . M . Basset and R . Ugo , in R . Ugo (
Ed . ) , Aspects of Homogeneous Catalysis , Vol . III , Reidel , Dordrecht , 1977 , p
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Metal Clusters in Catalysis

Author: Bruce C. Gates

Publisher: Elsevier Science Limited

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Page: 648

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Research on metal clusters (compounds with metal-metal bonds) has undergone explosive growth and the subject is now perhaps one of the hottest'' topics in organometallic chemistry. The prospect of catalytic applications has motivated a large part of the research mentioned in this book - the long term goal being to exploit the unique properties of metal clusters to prepare catalysts with new activities and selectivities. This is the first book to address the role of metal clusters in catalysis. The coverage is up-to-date and is particularly comprehensive, ranging from molecular chemistry of clusters (synthesis, structure, thermochemistry, reactivity, and homogeneous catalysis) to supported clusters (molecular analogues on polymers, and metal oxides and metals in zeolite cages). Preparation by methods of organometallic surface chemistry and metal atom chemistry and characterization of surface structures by physical methods are highlighted. Concepts unifying metal cluster chemistry and the chemistry of metal surfaces are elucidated. Of particular value to the user will be the cluster and subject indexes. The cluster index is organized in alphabetical order according to the metal.

Encyclopedia of Catalysis

Catal . , Vol . 109 , Elsevier , Amsterdam , 1997 , p . 305 . 44 . G . Deo , I . E .
Wachs , and J . Haber , Crit . Rev . Surf . ... H . Knözinger , E . Taglauer , Catalysis
, Specialist Periodical Reports , Vol . ... 3 , VCH - Wiley , Weinheim , 1997 , p .
1149 .

Encyclopedia of Catalysis

Author: István T. Horváth

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience

ISBN: 9780471425533

Page: 6

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Catalysis, the speeding up of a chemical reaction by a substance which itself does not react, is vital not only to the chemical process industry but also to life itself. The six volume Encyclopedia of Catalysis is the definitive A-to-Z reference work covering the most significant aspects of homogenous, heterogeneous, asymmetric, biomimetic, and biological catalysis. Available both on-line and in print, the state-of-the-art Encyclopedia encompasses the principles of catalysis; the scope of catalytic reactions; the preparation, characterization, and use of catalysts (including catalytic technology); the modeling of catalytic processes; and related reaction engineering techniques. The logical organization of this seminal work renders the text easily accessible to both process personnel and those involved in basic and applied research and development. For more information regarding the online edition, please visit Wiley InterScience at www.mrw.interscience.wiley.com/enccat

Report of the Council

Vol . XI . Academic Press . 665 p . EMMETT , Paul H. Catalysis , Vol . III . Reinhold
. 504 p . Anson , M. L. and Edsell , John T. , ed . Advances in protein chemistry .
Vol . 3 . Academic Press . 1947. 524 p . ANSON , M. L. and Edsell , John T. , ed .

Report of the Council

Author: National Institute of Sciences of India

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Advances in Catalysis

Taylor, H. S., Eleventh Report of the Committee on Contact Catalysis, p. 52, John
Wiley & Sons, New ... 20, 319 (1939). 98a. Kirkpatrick, W. J., Advances in
Catalysis, Vol. 3, p. 329, Academic Press, Inc., New York, 1951. 99. Bosch, C.,
Chem.

Advances in Catalysis

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Catalysis by Metals

14 , 429 ( 1963 ) . 3 . Sampson , R . J . and Shooter , D . , Oxidation and
Combustion Reviews , Vol . 1 , ( C . F . H . Tipper , ed . ) , Elsevier , 1965 , p . 225 .
4 . Voge , H . H . and Adams , c . R . , Adv . Catal . and Rel . Subj . 17 , 151 ( 1967
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Catalysis by Metals

Author: Daniel Joseph Sajkowski

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Aspects of homogeneous catalysis

56. G. Braca, G. Sbrana, G. Valentini, G. Andrich, and G. Gregorio: Carbonylation
and Homologation of Methanol, Methyl Ethers and Esters in the Presence of
Ruthenium Catalysts (Fundamental Research in Homogeneous Catalysis, vol. 3,
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Aspects of homogeneous catalysis

Author: Renato Ugo

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Catalysis Hydrogenation oxo synthesis hydrocracking hydrodesulfurization hydrogen isotope exchange and related catalytic reactions

Schissler , D . 0 . , Thompson , S . O . , and Turkevich , J . , Presented at
International Congress on Catalysis , Sept . ... 225 . Trapnell , B . M . W . , “
Advances in Catalysis , ” Vol . III , p . 1 , New York , Academic Press , 1951 . 226 .
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Catalysis  Hydrogenation  oxo synthesis  hydrocracking  hydrodesulfurization  hydrogen isotope exchange and related catalytic reactions

Author: Paul Hugh Emmett

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Sterochemistry of Catalytic Reactions on Metals

13. Taylor, T. I., in Catalysis, Vol. 5 (Emmett, P. H., Ed), Reinhold. New York, 1957
. 14. Rooney, J. J., and Webb, G., J. Catal, 3, 488 (1964). 15. Bond, G. C, and
Wells, P. B., J. Catal., 5, 65 (1966). 16. Al-Ammar, A. S.. and Webb, G, J. Chem.
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Sterochemistry of Catalytic Reactions on Metals

Author: M. Bartok

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

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Page: 632

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A survey of the stereochemistry of organic chemical reactions on metal catalysts. Covers the steps preceding the surface reactions to promote an understanding of the catalytic reactions. Presents the published results relating to the stereochemistry of the transformations of various organic compounds on metals.