Heterogeneous Gold Catalysts and Catalysis
Nanocrystal Superlattices: Novel Model Materials for Study of Catalysis
Preferential Oxidation of Carbon Monoxide in Hydrogen Stream over Gold Catalysts
Twenty Years of Golden Future in the Water Gas Shift Reaction
Gold Catalysis in the Complete Oxidation or Decomposition of Small Molecule Pollutants
Superficial Modification of Semiconductors with Gold Nanoparticles for Photocatalytic Applications
Advances in Catalytic Reactions by Gold-based Catalysts Through the Radical Chain Mechanism
Heterogeneous Gold Catalysts for Selective Oxidation Reactions
Selective Oxidation of Biomass-Derived Secondary Alcohols
Harnessing the Selective Catalytic Action of Supported Gold in Hydrogenation Applications
Metal–Support Interaction Effects on Gold Catalysts over Reducible Oxides
Role of Oxygen Vacancies in Gold Oxidation Catalysis
Infrared Spectroscopic Insights into the Role of the Support in Heterogeneous Gold Catalysis
Model Catalysts for Au Catalysis: From Single Crystals to Supported Nanoparticles
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About this book
Once considered an inert element, gold has recently gained attention as a catalyst. With hundreds of papers being published each year, this book presents a comprehensive review of this rapidly-evolving field, with contributions by leading experts across the globe. Going through the chapters citing the primary literature, the reader will gain a thorough background to the use of gold in catalysis, as well as the latest methods for the preparation of gold catalysts. Other chapters demonstrate the characterisation and modelling of gold-catalysed reactions, with consideration given to both the fundamentals and commercial applications of this emerging group of catalysts.
Written to be accessible by postgraduates and newcomers to the field, this book will also benefit experienced researchers and therefore be an essential reference in the laboratory.
Zhen Ma is an Associate Professor at Fudan University, China. His research interest is in environmental catalysis by gold catalysts and other nanomaterials.
Sheng Dai is a Group Leader and Distinguished Staff Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA. His research interests are in nanoporous and nanostructured materials (carbon and oxides), ionic liquids, separation, catalysis, actinides and fission products, and radiation detection.