Heterogeneous catalysis in practice Charles N. SatterfieldSeries: McGraw-Hill chemical engineering seriesPublisher: United States of America McGraw Hill 1980Description: xvi, 416pages ilustrations, figures 24 cmContent type: Media type: Carrier type: ISBN: 0070548757Subject(s): Catálisis heterogénea | Reactores cataliticosDDC classification: 660.2995
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Includes index, appendix. - - The literature. - - Problems. - - Symbols and conversion factors for units.
Introduction and basic concepts. - - Adsorption. - - Rates and kinetic models of catalytic reactions. - - Catalyst preparation and manufacture. - - Physical characterization and examination. - - Supported metal catalysts. - - Acid and zeolite catalysts. - - Catalytic oxidation. - - Processing of petroleum and hydrocarbons. - - Synthesis gas and associated processes. - - Experimental methods.
Studies of solid catalysts and reactions catalyzed by solids have burgeoned in recent years, stimulated by an increasing number and variety of applications in industry. Significant contributions have come from individuals or groups whose formal academic education was in one or more of a wide variety of disciplines: these have ranged over the entire field of chemistry (including organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, chemical kinetics, and surface chemistry) to soild-state and surface physics, ceramics, physical metallurgy, and chemical reaction engineering.
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