2 edition of Catalysis in industrial chemistry found in the catalog.
Catalysis in industrial chemistry
Henderson, George Gerald
Bibliography contained in Preface.
|Statement||by G. G. Henderson.|
|Series||Monographs on industrial chemistry|
|LC Classifications||TP149 .H5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 202 p.|
|Number of Pages||202|
|LC Control Number||19006441|
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This book introduces the subject, starting at a basic level, and includes sections on adsorption and surface science, catalytic kinetics, experimental methods for preparing and studying heterogeneous catalysts, as well as some aspects of the design of industrial catalytic reactors. In this third edition, topics such as catalyst production, polymerization catalysis, processes with renewable materials, environmental chemistry, and green chemistry are discussed in more detail. The book aids practically oriented readers with the procedures of catalysts development and testing and therefore deals also with aspects of reactor.
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. Since when useful working concepts for the technique of phase-transfer catalysis (PTC) were introduced, the understanding, development, and applica tions of this method for conducting organic reactions has expanded exponentially. PTC has brought vast new dimensions and options to chemists and chemical engineers. From its use in less than ten commercial processes in , PTC use has 1/5(1).
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For the post graduate and industrial chemist involved in catalysis research, it is a valuable reference text as a compendium of mechanisms by which major industrial catalytic processes operate. This unique book fills the gap between basic organic chemistry and fundamental chemical principles of catalysis, and is a must read for students and researchers in the field.5/5(2).
Introduction to Catalysis and Industrial Catalytic Processes explains the fundamental principles of catalysis and their applications of catalysis in a simple, introductory textbook that excites those contemplating an industrial career in chemical, petroleum, alternative-energy, and environmental fields in which catalytic processes play a dominant role.
The book focuses on non-proprietary, basic chemistries and descriptions of important, currently-used catalysts and catalytic Cited by: Industrial Catalysis: Chemistry and Mechanism is an essential textbook for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in the underlying concepts of catalysis, industrial organic chemistry and the mechanism of catalysis.
For undergraduates it provides an introduction to the basic catalytic principles and industrial : Horizons in Sustainable Industrial Chemistry and Catalysis, Volumepresents a comprehensive picture of recent developments in terms of sustainable industrial processes and the catalytic needs and opportunities to develop these novel routes.
Each chapter includes an introduction and state-of-the-art in Catalysis in industrial chemistry book field, along with a series of specific aspects and examples. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Henderson, George Gerald, Catalysis in industrial chemistry. London, New York, Longmans, Green, Horizons in Sustainable Industrial Chemistry and Catalysis Edited by Stefania Albonetti, Siglinda Perathoner, Elsje Alessandra Quadrelli VolumePages ().
Industrial scientists and process engineers will find this book useful. Applied Industrial Catalysis, Volume 1 provides a practical description of catalysis by industrial scientists.
This book provides information pertinent to industrial catalysis, which is influenced by science, business, economic, markets, and politics. Catalysts are substances that speed up a reaction but which are not consumed by it and do not appear in the net reaction equation.
Also — and this is very important — catalysts affect the forward and reverse rates equally; this means that catalysts have no effect on the equilibrium constant and thus on the composition of the equilibrium state.
Thus a catalyst (in this case, sulfuric acid) can. Catalysis in Industry Catalysts are the workhorses of chemical transformations in the industry. Approximately 85–90% of the products of chemical industry are made in cata- lytic sts are indispensable in Production of transportation fuels in one of the approximately oil refi- neries all over the world.
Covering the breadth of zeolite chemistry and catalysis, this book provides the reader with a complete introduction to field, covering synthesis, structure, characterisation and ing with the history of natural and synthetic zeolites, the reader will learn how zeolite structures are formed, synthetic routes, and experimental and theoretical structure determination techniques.
Industrial Catalysis: Chemistry and Mechanism is an essential textbook for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in the underlying concepts of catalysis, industrial organic chemistry and the mechanism of catalysis.
For undergraduates it provides an introduction to the basic catalytic principles and industrial processes. In this book we shall be con-cerned only with the latter, a museum of industrial archeology. All of the metrics discussed above take only the mass of waste generated into account.
However, what is important is the environmental impact of this waste, 4 1 Introduction: Green Chemistry and CatalysisFile Size: 2MB. Abstract Every student of chemistry, material science, and chemical engineering should be schooled in catalysis and catalytic reactions. The reason is quite simple; most products produced in the chemical and petroleum industry utilize catalysts to enhance the rate of Cited by: 3.
Introduces major catalytic processes including products from the petroleum, chemical, environmental and alternative energyindustries Provides an easy to read description of the fundamentals of catalysis and some of the major catalytic industrial processes used today Offers a rationale for process designs based on kinetics and thermodynamics.
Written by an excellent, highly experienced and motivated team of lecturers, this textbook is based on one of the most successful courses in catalysis and as such is tried-and-tested by generations of graduate and PhD students, i.e.
the Catalysis-An-Integrated-Approach (CAIA) course organized by NIOK, the Dutch Catalysis research school. The author, Professor Martin Schmal, sees the present book as a way of conveying basic knowledge needed for the development of more efficient catalysts (i.e.
nanostructured materials) and novel industrial chemical processes in the fields of environmental chemistry, fine chemistry, hydrotreating of heavy oils, hydrogen production and biomass Brand: Springer International Publishing.
This book explains the fundamental principles of catalysis and their applications in an introductory text intended to excite those contemplating an industrial career in the chemical, petroleum, alternative energy, and environmental fields.
Catalysis is a phenomenon by which chemical reactions are accelerated by small quantities of foreign substances, called catalysts. A suitable catalystcanenhancetherateofathermodynam- ically feasible reaction but cannot change the position of the thermodynamic equilibrium.
Most catalysts are solids or liquids, but they may also be Size: 1MB. Over the last decade, the area of homogeneous catalysis with transition metal has grown in great scientific interest and technological promise, with research in this area earning three Nobel Prizes and filing thousands of patents relating to metallocene and non-metallocene single site catalysts, asymmetric catalysis, carbon-carbon bond forming metathesis and cross coupling reactions.
The discoveries of organometallic catalysts for olefin polymerization by Karl Ziegler and that of stereoregular olefin polymers by Giulio Natta are probably the two most important achievements in the areas of catalysis and polymer chemistry in the second half of.
Catalysts are required for a variety of applications and researchers are increasingly challenged to find cost effective and environmentally benign catalysts to use.
This volume looks at modern approaches to catalysis and reviews the extensive literature including direct methane conversion, nanocomposite catalysts for transformation of biofuels into syngas and hydrogen, and catalytic wet air.Catalyst Preparation, Catalyst Deactivation, Catalyst Regeneration, Metal Catalysis, Trends Across the Periodic Table, Some Frequently Used Concepts of Metal Catalysis, Catalysis by Ions at Surfaces.
Acid-Base Catalysis, Acid Catalysis in Solutions, Solid Acids, Cited by: Heterogeneous Catalysis. In heterogeneous catalysis, the catalyst is in a different phase from the least one of the reactants interacts with the solid surface in a physical process called adsorption in such a way that a chemical bond in the reactant becomes weak and then breaks.