Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Satohiro Yoshida, Shigeyoshi Sakaki, Hisayoshi Kobayashi.|
|Contributions||Sakaki, Shigeyoshi., Kobayashi, Hisayoshi.|
|LC Classifications||QD505 .Y68 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 284 p. :|
|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||94023901|
An electrocatalyst is a catalyst that participates in electrochemical st materials modify and increase the rate of chemical reactions without being consumed in the process. Electrocatalysts are a specific form of catalysts that function at electrode surfaces or may be the electrode surface itself. An electrocatalyst can be heterogeneous such as a platinum surface or. This book gradually brings the reader, through illustrations of the most crucial discoveries, into the modern world of chemical catalysis. Readers and experts will better understand the enormous influence that catalysis has given to the development of modern societies. This book is based on a graduate course and suitable as a primer for any newcomer to the field, this book is a detailed introduction to the experimental and computational methods that are used to study how solid surfaces act as catalysts. In this book the author presents an up-to-date summary of existing information on the structure, electronic properties, chemistry and catalytic properties of transition metal subjects covered in the book can be divided into three sections. The first (chapters 1 to 3) covers the structural, physical, magnetic, and electronic properties of transition metal oxides.
Catalysis - Catalysis - Heterogeneous catalysis: Many catalytic processes are known in which the catalyst and the reactants are not present in the same phase—that is, state of matter. These are known as heterogeneous catalytic reactions. They include reactions between gases or liquids or both at the surface of a solid catalyst. Since the surface is the place at which the reaction occurs, it. The catalytic process mediated by an enzyme takes place in a depression or cleft that exposes the substrate to only a few of the hundreds-to-thousands of amino acid residues in the protein chain. The high specificity and activity of enzyme catalysis is sensitively dependent on the shape of this cavity and on the properties of the surrounding. Noncovalent interactions often provide the spine of biomolecular and material structures, and can therefore play a key role in biological and catalytic processes. Selectivity in chemical reactions, particularly in catalytic processes, is often an orchestral action of various noncovalent interactions occurring in intermediates and transition states. nomical way, catalysts are usually nanometer-sized particles, supported on an inert, porous structure (see Fig. ). Heterogeneous catalysts are the workhorses of the chemical and petrochemical industry and we will discuss many applications of het-erogeneous catalysis throughout this book. Figure Catalysts are nanomaterials and.
In other words, the great advancements in the catalytic area have supported the vast developments in the petrochemical field. In this book, we have adopted the idea of discussing the petrochemical industry from the point of view of reactants' activities and susceptibilities toward different catalysts. Advanced Catalysis Processes in Petrochemicals and Petroleum Refining: Emerging Research and Opportunities is an essential comprehensive research publication that provides knowledge on refining processes that could be integrated by the petrochemical industry and discusses how to integrate refining products with petrochemical industries through. Electronic Mechanisms of Catalytic and Chemisorption Processes Induced by Ionizing Radiation was published in Electronic phenomena in chemisorption and catalysis on semiconductors. Symposium on Electronic Phenomena in Chemisorption and Catalysis on Semiconductors held in Moscow, July , on page Catalysis, in chemistry, the modification of the rate of a chemical reaction, usually an acceleration, by addition of a substance not consumed during the rates of chemical reactions—that is, the velocities at which they occur—depend upon a number of factors, including the chemical nature of the reacting species and the external conditions to which they are exposed.