Key catalyst types for the efficient refining of Fischer–Tropsch syncrude: alumina and phosphoric acid
Recent developments and achievements in partial oxidation of methane with and without addition of steam
Catalytic reactions studied by angle-resolved product desorption
Quantification of cluster size effect (structure sensitivity) in heterogeneous catalysis
Photocatalysis in green chemistry and destruction of very toxic compounds
Hierarchical zeolites: materials with improved accessibility and enhanced catalytic activity
Catalysis involved in dimethylether production and as an intermediate in the generation of hydrocarbons via Fischer-Tropsch synthesis and MTG process
About this book
There is an increasing need to find cost-effective and environmentally sound methods of converting natural resources into fuels, chemicals and energy; catalysts are pivotal to such processes. Catalysis highlights major developments in this area. Coverage of this Specialist Periodical Report includes all major areas of heterogeneous catalysis. n each volume, specific areas of current interest are reviewed. Examples of topics include experimental methods, acid/base catalysis, materials synthesis, environmental catalysis, and syngas conversion.
Professor Spivey is the McLaurin Shivers Professor of Chemical Engineering at Louisiana State University and Director of the DOE Energy Frontier Research Center at LSU. Professor Spivey's research interests include the application of the principles of heterogeneous catalysis to catalytic combustion, control of sulfur and nitrogen oxides from combustion processes, acid/base catalysis (e.g., for condensation reactions), hydrocarbon synthesis, and the study of catalyst deactivation.