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Concepts of Modern Catalysis and Kinetics


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Autor: I. Chorkendorff, J.W. Niemantsverdriet
Auflage: 2003
Form: 452 Seiten, gebunden
ISBN-10: 3527305742
ISBN-13: 978352730574-2
Verlag: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
Preis (EUR): 69.00
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With 90% of all processes in industrial chemical production being of catalytic nature, heterogeneous catalysis plays an enormous role, and consequently, so do the underlying kinetics. Until now, literature offered a rather limited approach to the use of fundamental kinetics and their application to catalytic reactions although this certainly deserves more attention. Subsequently, this book spans the full range from fundamentals of kinetics and heterogeneous catalysis over modern experimental and theoretical results of model studies to their equivalent large scale industrial production processes, offering key knowledge for students at technical universities and Professionals which are already in industry.
From Reviews of the Project Proposal:
"... such an enterprise will be of great value to the community, to Professionals as well as graduate and under-graduate students attempting to move into the field of modern catalysis and kinetics. l strongly recommend you publish this book based on the proposal."
Prof. Dr. G. A. Samorjai, University of California

"Both authors are well respected specialists, with a very long record of original top-quality work and an international reputation. A book from these authors will be considered an authoritative piece of work, l definitely support this project and I am looking for-ward to use the book when published."
Prof. Dr. D. E. Resasco, University of Oklahoma

"I wholly support the proposed project. The authors are very competent young colleagues and there is a real need for such a textbook."
Prof. Dr. G. Ertl, Fritz-Haber-Institut, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Berlin