Metal Oxide Catalysis

  • ID: 2183149
  • Book
  • 887 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Metal oxides are easy to handle and stable catalysts. Due to the ability to use "normal" metals, they do not have any detrimental effect on the natural world and therefore are more environmentally friendly catalytic systems than their heavy and noble metal counterpart catalysts. Furthermore, by developing new and more effective catalysts there is less pollution and a more effective use of resources.

An up–to–date review of metal oxides in catalysis, this handbook and ready reference allows for a comprehensive coverage of both characterization and applications, while uniform editing throughout ensures that the structure remains consistent.

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VOLUME 1: CHARACTERISATION OF METAL OXIDES

EPR Spectroscopy

UV–Visible Spectroscopy

FTIR Spectroscopy

Raman Spectroscopy

NMR Spectroscopy

XPS

EXAFS

Theory

Thermal Analysis

Electron Microscopy

VOLUME 2: CATALYSIS OVER METAL OXIDES

Monolayer Oxide Catalysts

Vanadium Phosphate Catalysts

Uranium Oxide Catalysts

Polyoxometallate/HPA Catalysts

Oxidative Dehydrogenation Catalysis

Highly Dispersed Metal Oxide Catalysts

Superacidic Metal Oxides

TS1

Oxide Materials in Photocatalytic Processes

Catalytic Ammoxidation of Hydrocarbons with Mixed Metal

Oxides

Oxide Base Catalysts

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S. David Jackson
Justin S. J. Hargreaves
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