Catalytic materials are those solids that allow the chemical reaction to occur efficiently and cost-effectively. This book provides you with all necessary information to synthesize, characterize, and relate the properties of a catalyst to its behavior, enabling you to select the appropriate catalyst for the process and reactor system. Oxides used both as catalysts and as supports for catalysts , mixed and complex oxides and salts, halides, sulfides, carbides, and unsupported and supported metals are all considered. The book encompasses applications in industrial chemistry, refinery, petrochemistry, biomass conversion, energy production, and environmental protection technologies.
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Molecular Catalysis Science
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Institutional Subscription. Free Shipping Free global shipping No minimum order. Provides a systematic and clear approach of the synthesis, solid state chemistry and surface chemistry of all solid state catalysts Covers widely used instrumental techniques for catalyst characterization, such as x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy, and more Includes characterization methods and lists all catalytic behavior of the solid state catalysts Discusses new developments in nanocatalysts and their advantages over conventional catalysts.
Chapter 1. Heterogeneous Catalysts 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Preparation of catalyst precursors Chapter 3. Elemental composition of heterogeneous catalysts 3. Structural properties of inorganic materials and its characterization 3. Morphology characterization 3. Analysis of the surface structure and composition Chapter 4. Shaping of catalysts for industrial catalytic reactions 4.
Industrial heterogeneous catalytic reactors 4.
Deactivation of solid catalysts 4. Regeneration of reversibly deactivated catalysts 4. Laboratory evaluation of the catalytic activity 4. Operando methodologies Chapter 5. Acid and Basic Catalysts: Fundamentals 5. Acido-basicity in liquid phases. The surface acidity and basicity of solids 5.go to site
Heterogeneous Catalytic Materials
Heterogeneous versus homogeneous acid—base catalysis Chapter 6. Chemistry of metal oxides 6. Acido-basicity of supports for catalysts 6. Metal oxides as acid and basic catalytic materials 6. Mixed metal oxides and their acido-basicity Chapter 7. Structural properties of inorganic materials and its characterization 3. Morphology characterization 3. Analysis of the surface structure and composition Chapter 4.
Shaping of catalysts for industrial catalytic reactions 4. Industrial heterogeneous catalytic reactors 4. Deactivation of solid catalysts 4. Regeneration of reversibly deactivated catalysts 4. Laboratory evaluation of the catalytic activity 4. Operando methodologies Chapter 5. Acid and Basic Catalysts: Fundamentals 5.
Acido-basicity in liquid phases. The surface acidity and basicity of solids 5. Heterogeneous versus homogeneous acid—base catalysis Chapter 6. Chemistry of metal oxides 6.
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Acido-basicity of supports for catalysts 6. Metal oxides as acid and basic catalytic materials 6. Mixed metal oxides and their acido-basicity Chapter 7. Zeolites 7. Aluminophosphates AlPOs 7. Silicoaluminophosphates SAPOs 7.
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Metal heteroatom containing aluminophosphates MAPOs 7. Very large-pore zeolitic inorganic materials 7. Zeolite-like titanosilicates 7. Acid—base catalytic materials from minerals 8. Halide salts and halided oxides 8. Sulfides, oxy nitrides, carbides, phosphides as acid—base materials 8. Heteropolyacids and polyoxometallates 8.
Solid carbonates, phosphates, sulfates and other salts 8. Supported inorganic acids 8. Organo-inorganic hybrid materials 8. Carbon-based materials 8. Polymeric solid acids and bases ion exchange resins Chapter 9. Metal Catalysts for Hydrogenations and Dehydrogenations 9. Bulk metal catalysts 9. Supported metal catalysts 9. Metal catalysts for hydrogenation and dehydrogenation reactions Chapter Metal oxides in hydrogenation and dehydrogenation reactions Sulfide catalysts Olefin metathesis catalysts Chapter Oxidation Catalysts Fundamentals of oxidation catalysis Transition-metal mixed oxides for selective and total oxidation reactions Metal catalysts for oxidation reactions Catalysts for the production and use of hydrogen peroxide Chapter Polymerization Catalysts and Heterogenized Homogeneous Catalysts Solid polymerization catalysts Supported or heterogenized homogeneous catalysts Chapter Heterogeneous Catalysts and Biomass Conversion Heterogeneous catalysts and the future of industrial chemistry