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Environmental catalysis

Author: Vicki H Grassian
Publisher: Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, 2005.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Perhaps the best known environmental catalytic process is the destruction of stratospheric ozone by atomic chlorine whose elucidation led to the 1995 Nobel Prize in chemistry. In this volume covering concepts, applications, techniques, and methods involved in environmental catalysis, Grassian (chemistry and chemical and biochemical engineering, U.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Environmental catalysis.
Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, 2005
(DLC) 2005044025
(OCoLC)59360302
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Vicki H Grassian
ISBN: 1420027670 9781420027679
OCLC Number: 173514597
Description: 1 online resource (xix, 701 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Computer generated contents: Chapt. 1. Metal and oxyanion sorption on naturally occurring oxide and clay mineral surfaces --
chapt. 2. Catalysis of electron transfer reactions at mineral surfaces --
chapt. 3. Precipitation and dissolution of iron and manganese oxides --
chapt. 4. Applications of nonlinear optical techniques for studying heterogeneous systems relevant in the natural environment --
chapt. 5. Environmental catalysis in the earth's atmosphere: heterogeneous reactions on mineral dust aerosol --
chapt. 6. Uptake of trace species by ice: implications for cirrus clouds in the upper troposphere --
chapt. 7. Surface chemistry at size-selected, aerosolized nanoparticles --
chapt. 8. Selective catalytic reduction of NOX --
chapt. 9. Surface science studies of denox catalysts --
chapt. 10. Fundamental concepts in molecular simulation of NOX catalysis --
chapt. 11. Applications of zeolites in environmental catalysis --
chapt. 12. Theoretical modeling of zeolite catalysis: nitrogen oxide catalysis over metal-exchanged zeolites --
chapt. 13. The organic chemistry of tio2 photocatalysis of aromatic hydrocarbons --
chapt. 14. In situ solid-state NMR studies of photocatalytic oxidation reactions --
chapt. 15. Beyond photocatalytic environmental remediation: novel tio2 materials and applications --
chapt. 16. Nanoparticles in environmental remediation --
chapt. 17. Toward a molecular understanding of environmental catalysis: studies of metal oxide clusters and their reactions --
chapt. 18. Biocatalysis in environmental remediation-bioremediation --
chapt. 19. Bioengineering for the in situ remediation of metals --
chapt. 20. Selective oxidation --
chapt. 21. Environmental catalysis in organic synthesis --
chapt. 22. Catalytic reactions of industrial importance in aqueous media --
chapt. 23. Zeolite-based catalysis in supercritical CO2 for green chemical processing --
chapt. 24. Green biphasic homogeneous catalysis --
chapt. 25. Green chemical manufacturing with biocatalysis.
Responsibility: [edited by] Vicki H. Grassian.

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Presents a mix of theory, computation, analysis, and synthesis to support the applications in biocatalysis, green chemistry, environmental remediation and our understanding of the interaction of  Read more...

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