Gaining insight into the kinetics of partial oxidation of light hydrocarbons on Rh, through a multiscale methodology based on advanced experimental and modeling techniques
Theoretical tools for studying gold nanoparticles as catalysts for oxidation and hydrogenation reactions
PdZn based catalysts: connecting electronic and geometric structure with catalytic performance
Structural manipulation of the catalysts for ammonia decomposition
Applications of electron beam lithography in surface science and catalysis – model-nano-array catalysts
High throughput technology: approaches of research in homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis
About this book
Over 7000 papers are published in the field of catalysis each year. While the majority appear within a handful publications, keeping up with the literature can be difficult. Now in its 25th volume, the Specialist Periodical Report on Catalysis presents critical and comprehensive reviews of the hottest literature published over the last twelve months.
Industrial and academic scientists face increasing challenges to find cost-effective and environmentally sound methods for converting natural resources into fuels, chemicals and energy. This series is edited by two leading researchers in the field and provides a balanced and in-depth review of the modern approaches to these challenges, covering major areas of heterogeneous and homogenous catalysis, as well as specific applications of catalysis, such as NOx control, kinetics and experimental techniques, such as microcalorimetry.
With chapters detailing specific areas within the field, this series is a comprehensive reference for anyone working in Catalysis and an essential resource for any Chemistry Library.