Advances in Catalyst Design: v. 2

Advances in Catalyst Design: v. 2

By: M. Graziani (volume_editor), C. N. R. Rao (volume_editor)Hardback

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The use of spectroscopy, models, and labels to detect intermediates, elucidate mechanisms and compare reactivities in metal catalyzed carbonylation, P.M. Maitlis, et al; design of catalysts for oxidations using dioxygen, B.R. James; rhodium versus ruthenium catalysis - from carbene transfer to olefin metathesis, A.F. Noels, et al; a kinetic and theoretical investigation of the mechanism of the homogeneous hydrogenation of benzothiophene catalyzed by (Rh(COD)(PPh3)2)PF6, R.A. Sanchez-Delgado; heteropolymetalates in acid-base and oxidation heterogeneous catalysis, K. Bruckman, J. Haber; amorphous metal alloys in catalysis, A. Baiker; right or left - that is the question - enantioselective catalysis with transition metal compounds, H. Brunner; molecular solid-gas organometallic chemistry of tripodal (polyphosphine) metal complexes - catalytic hydrogenation of ethylene at iridium, C. Bianchini, F. Vizza; iridium carbonyl clusters as models for chemisorbed surfaces, M.D. Vargas; molecular recognition in montmorillonite, B.M. Choudary, et al; design of FCC catalysts using modified zeolites, T.S.R. Prasada Rao; the role of MgCl2 as a "Support" for the new generation of olefin polymerization catalysts, P. Sobota; investigations of Cu-Ni/SiO2, Ni-Fe/SiO2 and Ru-Fe/siO2, bimetallic catalysts by employing EXAFS, mossbauer and infrared spectroscopies, C.U. Kulkarni, et al. (Part contents).

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  • ISBN13: 9789810214845
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 350
  • ID: 9789810214845
  • ISBN10: 9810214847

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