These volumes comprise the proceedings of the major international meeting on catalysis which is held at 4 year intervals. The programme focussed on New Frontiers in Catalysis including nontraditional catalytic materials and environmental catalysis. The contributions cover a wide range of fundamental, applied, industrial and engineering aspects of catalysis. The extensive range of highly efficient industrial techniques for observing and characterizing catalytically important surfaces is evident. The programme covered the following sessions: Mechanism, theory, in situ methods; Catalytic reaction on atomically clean surfaces; Catalytic reaction on zeolites and related substances; New methods and principles for catalyst preparation; Hydrotreatment reactions (HDS, HDN); Characterization of catalysts, application of novel techniques; Selective oxidation; New catalytic aspects of heteropoly acids and related compounds; Reaction of hydrocarbons; Nontraditional catalytic materials; Fuel upgrading; Alkane activation; Acid-base catalysis; New selective catalytic reactons, fine chemicals; Environmental catalysis; Industrial catalysis, deactivation, reactivation; Synthesis from syngas; Electrocatalysis; Photocatalysis. The invited lectures and 433 papers included in these volumes present an update on all areas of catalysis and applications.sample ; if this oxide phase was totally reduced to M002 or M0205, we should still observe diffraction peaks in the XRD spectra corresponding to one of these oxides.As these peaks are not present and, yet, large amounts of MoV and Mow areanbsp;...
|Title||:||New Frontiers in Catalysis, Parts A-C|
|Author||:||L. Guczi, F. Solymosi, P. Tétényi|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 1993-04-20|