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Author: John R. Anderson,Michel Boudart
ISBN: 354010593X
Subcategory: Chemistry
Pages 282 pages
Publisher Springer; 1 edition (January 15, 1982)
Language English
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by John R. Anderson,Michel Boudart


John R. Anderson, Michel Boudart.

John R. Catalysis is a subject which draws upon many of the traditional scientific and technological disciplines, and its present structure has only been reached after many decades of detailed work.

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Catalytic steam reforming has grown during the last two or three decades into one of the world's great catalytic processes. Science and Technology Volume 5. Authors: Anderson, John . Boudart, Michel. It is of major economic significance since the products from it form the feed for a number of other major processes. Nevertheless, catalytic steam reforming is a relatively. eBook 96,29 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). ISBN 978-3-642-93247-2. Digitally watermarked, DRM-free. Included format: PDF.

Our understanding of catalytic reactions exists at various levels which are mainly defined from detailed knowledge of reaction mechanism

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.

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Catalysis: Science and Technology - Catalysis 2 (Paperback). Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. John R. Anderson (author), Michel Boudart (author). Nevertheless, in catalysis as in all other areas of science, experiments are carried out, new data are acquired, theories are proposed; and these things are done not in an intellectual vacuum, but in relation to previously established concepts and ideas.

Catalysis - science and technology. Tekijä: John R. Anderson; Michel Boudart Kustantaja: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG (2012) Saatavuus: Noin 10-13 arkipäivää. The history of how these guiding concepts have devel oped is nothing less than a skeletal history of the subject itself.

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Catalysis is a subject which draws upon many of the traditional scientific and technological disciplines, and its present structure has only been reached after many decades of detailed work. Nevertheless, in catalysis as in all other areas of science, experiments are carried out, new data are acquired, theories are proposed; and these things are done not in an intellectual vacuum, but in relation to previously established concepts and ideas. The history of how these guiding concepts have devel­ oped is nothing less than a skeletal history of the subject itself. In one respect at least, catalysis is similar to all other of mankind's endeavors: a failure to learn from history is a rejection of one's heritage. None of us should willingly plead guilty to this, and Professor O.-M. Schwab's opening chapter in this volume provides us with a ready means to avoid the need to re-invent what has been known for some time. Heterogeneous catalysis is dominated by the concept of a reactant molecule entering into some type of che­ mical interaction with the surface of a solid. Thus, to understand catalysis it is essential to understand as fully as possible the chemical nature of the solid. In the second chapter of this volume, Professor J. Haber provides a review of the majority of solid phases which are of catalytic interest. The framework for this review is chemical crystallography, and the author goes to some pains to draw attention to features that are of particular importance in catalysis.