Design of Heterogeneous Catalysts

  • ID: 2179857
  • Book
  • 340 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Heterogeneous catalysts provide a surface for a chemical reaction to take place on, as it is in a different phase to the reactants. This reference book brings together examples from a wide array of fields where catalyst design has been based on new insights and understanding.

Modern and important topics such as self–assembly, nature–inspired catalysis, nano–scale architecture of surfaces and theoretical methods are addressed.

With its inclusion of all the useful and powerful tools for the rational design of catalysts, this is a true "must have" book every researcher in the field.

From the Contents:

∗ Use of Oxide Nanoligands in Designing/Controlling Actives Sites

∗ Optimal Design of Hierarchically Structured Porous Catalysts

∗ Use of Dendrimers in Catalytic Design

∗ Rational Design Strategies for Industrial Catalysts

∗ Chiral Modification of Catalytic Surfaces

∗ Catalytic Nanomotors

∗ Rational Design and High–Throughput Screening of Metal Open Frameworks for Gas Separation and Catalysis

∗ Design of Bimetallic Hydrogenation Catalysts: From Model Surfaces to Supported Catalysts

∗ Self–Assembled Materials for Catalysis

∗ Theory–Aided Catalyst Design

∗ Use of In–Situ XAS Techniques for Catalysts′ Characterization and Design

∗ Catalyst Design Through Dual Templating

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USE OF OXIDE LIGANDS IN DESIGNING CATALYTIC ACTIVE SITES

Introduction

Molecular Structural Determination of Supported Metal Oxide Catalysts with In Situ Raman Spectroscopy

Characterization of AlOx, TiOx, and ZrOx Surface–Modified SiO2

Anchoring Site of Surface M1Ox species on Supported M2Ox/SiO2

Molecular Structure of Dehydrated Supported V2O5/SiO2 and V2O5/M2Ox/SiO2 Catalyst Systems

Molecular Structure of Dehydrated Supported M0O3/SiO2 and M0O3/M2Ox/SiO2 Catalyst Systems

Molecular Structure of Dehydrated Supported Re2O7/SiO2 and Re2O7/M2Ox/SiO2 Catalyst Systems

Electronic Structure of Dehydrated Supported MOx/SiO2 and M1Ox/M2Ox/SiO2 Catalysts via In Situ UV–Vis Spectroscopy

Determination of Surface Kinetic Parameters

Redox Surface Reactivity of Model Supported M1Ox/SiO2 Catalysts

Redox Surface Reactivity of Supported M1Ox/M2Ox/SiO2 Catalysts

OPTIMAL DESIGN OF HIERARCHICALLY STRUCTURED POROUS CATALYSTS

Introduction

Optimizing Mesopore Connectivity and Shape

Optimizing Catalysts by Macroscopic Distributions in Activity

Optimal Design of the Highway Network

USE OF DENDRIMERS IN CATALYST DESIGN

Introduction

Modified Dendrimer Catalysts

Indirect Effects of Dendrimer Architecture

Catalysis by Dendrimer Encapsulated Nanoparticles

Dendrimer Templated Nanocages

RATIONAL DESIGN STRATEGIES FOR INDUSTRIAL CATALYSTS

Introduction

The First Stages Toward Commercialization of a Catalyst

Catalyst Discovery to Commercialization

Example 1: Automobile Pollution Abatement Catalyst System

Example 2: Dehydrogenation of Light Alkanes

Example 3: Petroleum Refining –

Fluid Catalytic Cracking

CHIRAL MODIFICATION OF CATALYTIC SURFACES

Introduction

Modification of Metal Surfaces by Cinchona Alkaloid and Related Compounds

Modification of Metal Surfaces by Tartaric Acid and Related Compounds

CATALYTIC NANOMOTORS

Introduction

The Propulsion Mechanism of Catalytic Nanomotors

Advanced Design of Catalytic Nanomotors

Applications, Challenges, and Perspectives

RATIONAL DESIGN AND HIGH–THOUGHPUT SCREENING OF METAL OPEN FRAMEWORKS FOR GAS SEPARATION ND CATALYSIS

Introduction

MOF General Features and Brief State of the Art

Combinatorial Design of MOF for CO2 Capture in a PSA Process

MOF Design for Catalytic Application

DESIGN OF BIMETALLIC CATALYSTS: FROM MODEL SURFACES TO SUPPORTED CATALYSTS

Introduction

Experimental and Theoretical Methods

Results and Discussion

SELF–ASSEMBLED MATERIALS FOR CATALYSIS

Introduction

Mesoscale Design

Designing Catalysts at the Nanoparticle Surfaces

THEORY–AIDED CATALYST DESIGN

Introduction

Catalytic Descriptors

High–Throughput Simulation and Design

Controlled–Patterning

Catalyst Synthesis and Stability

USE OF IN SITU XAS TECHNIQUES FOR CATALYSTS? CHARACTERIZATION AND DESIGN

Introduction

The X–Ray Absorption Techniques

Recent Applications of X–Ray Absorption Techniques to the Design of Heterogeneous Catalysts

Perspective

CATALYST DESIGN THROUGH DUAL TEMPLATING

Introduction

Surfactant–Assisted Self–Assembly by Mesoporous Metal Oxides

Colloidal Sphere Templating of Macroporous Metal Oxides

Dual Templating of Metal Oxides

Catalytic Applications
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