Metal–support interactions of Ru-based catalysts under conditions of CO and CO
Ni catalysts from laboratory investigations to chemical industry
Electrocatalytic applications of heteroatom-doped carbon nanostructures: thinking beyond PEM fuel cells
Catalytic decomposition of gas-phase benzene: material design, reaction mechanism and future prospect
Rational synthesis of bimetallic catalysts using electroless deposition methods
Electron microscopy methods for characterisation of zeolite catalysts
About this book
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. Chapters highlight reactions active under oxidative coupling of methane conditions and how they are interlinked, heterogeneous nickel catalysts and their use in laboratory and industry, the reaction mechanism of heterogeneous catalysis with the surface science probe, the concepts of electroless deposition (ED) methods for preparation of true bimetallic catalysts, the general subject of metal-support interactions occurring over ruthenium-based catalysts and benzene as the target volatile organic compound (VOC). Appealing broadly to researchers in academia and industry, these illustrative chapters bridge the gap from academic studies in the laboratory to practical applications in industry not only for catalysis field but also for environmental protection. The book will be of great benefit to any researcher wanting a succinct reference on developments in this area now and looking to the future.