Combinatorial Catalysis and High Throughput Catalyst Design and Testing

Combinatorial Catalysis and High Throughput Catalyst Design and Testing

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Catalysts are central in modern industrial chemistry and there is an urgent need to develop new catalysts. Such a rapid pace of development brings with it a new set of challenges at all levels of research, from synthesis and characterization to testing and modelling.
This book reviews the current status of combinatorial catalysis, scientific catalyst design techniques, methods for preparing inorganic combinatorial libraries, experimental design methods, data processing, system modelling an simulation, and catalyst testing. The individual contributions reveal the development of high throughput catalyst design and test methods and identify the main challenges in the field, including new catalyst preparation techniques, rapid performance evaluation, and new microreactor configurations.
Readership: All those working in catalytic process analysis and development. The extensive review of catalysis principles is especially relevant for postgraduate students seeking to pursue studies in catalysis.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 512 pages
  • 160.02 x 233.68 x 30.48mm | 839.14g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000
  • 137 Illustrations, black and white; X, 512 p. 137 illus.
  • 079236628X
  • 9780792366287

Table of contents

Preface. Section 1: Lectures. Computer Modelling of Catalysts and Catalysis; C.R.A. Catlow, et al. Quality Principles for Catalyst Testing During Process Development; F.M. Dautzenberg. In Situ Investigations of Catalysts and Catalytic Reaction Mechanisms. Part 1: General Introduction and Applications of In Situ MAS NMR Spectroscopy; E.G. Derouane, et al. In Situ Investigations of Catalysts and Catalytic Reaction Mechanisms. Part 2: In situ laser Raman, FTIR spectroscopies, environmental HREM techniques; J.C. Vedrine, E.G. Derouane. Catalyst Deactivation; J.L. Figueiredo, F. Ramoa Ribeiro. Modelling Complex Kinetic Systems - Part 1: Steady-State and Transient-State; F. Lemos, et al. Modelling Complex Kinetic Systems. Part 2: Hydrocarbon Transformation over Zeolites; F. Lemos, et al. Catalytic Reaction and Reactor Engineering; G.B. Marin, et al. Catalytic Reactor Engineering - Novel Concepts in Production and in Catalyst Testing; A.E. Van Diepen, et al. Design of catalysts and Catalyst libraries. Computational Techniques in High Throughput Experimentation for Catalysis; J.M. Newsam. Scale-Up of Catalytic Processes; J.R. Rostrup-Nielsen. Laboratory Reactors for Catalytic Gas-Solid Reactions; P.L. Villa, et al. Section 2: Communications. Ionic Liquids - The Combinatorial Challenge; L. Agocs, et al. An Evolutionary Approach in Combinatorial Catalysis for Selection and Optimisation of Catalysts; O.V. Buyevskaya, et al. Design and Testing Catalysts Prepared by Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis; E.H. Grigoryan, A.G. Merzhanov. Mechanistic Study of Propylbenzenes Transformations Over ZeoliteCatalysts; N.S. Nesterenko, et al. Potential of Gas Sensor System for High Throughput Screening of Combinatorial Catalysts; Y. Yamada, et al. MO and MM Study of Homogeneous Propylene Polymerization with a Zirconocene Catalyst; M.M. Marques, et al. Critical Influence of the Amorphous Silica-to-Cristobalite Phase Transition on the Performance of Mn/Na2WO4/SiO2 Catalysts for the Oxidative Coupling of Methane; A. Palermo, et al. FTIR Imaging for Chemically Sensitive, High Throughput Analysis of Combinatorial Libraries; C.M. Snively, J. Lauterbach. Hydrocracking on Bifunctional Zeolites: an Integrated Approach; J.W. Thybaut, et al. Aging and Coke Depositing on Nanometer ZSM-5 Zeolite; X. Wang, X. Wang. Transformation of Propane Over HZSM-5 Catalyst; X. Wang, et al. Section 3: Workshop. A Catalyst is a Resilient Self-Assembly in Space and Time; M. Boudart. Combinatorial Catalysis and High Throughput Catalyst Testing: Conclusions of the Workshop on `High Throughput Catalytic Testing: Its Challenges'; J.C. Vedrine. Combinatorial Catalysis and High Throughput Catalyst Testing: Conclusions of the Nato Advanced Study Institute; E.G. Derouane. Participants. Subject Index. Author Index.
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