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New and future developments in catalysis. Catalysis by nanoparticles

Author: Steven L Suib
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier, [2013]
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Features a package of seven books that compile the ideas concerning alternate and renewable energy sources and the role that catalysis plays in converting new renewable feedstock into biofuels and  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Steven L Suib
ISBN: 9780444538741 0444538747 9780444538758 0444538755
OCLC Number: 855558217
Description: 499 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1 Gold-Based Catalysts for CO Oxidation, the Water-Gas Shift, and Desulfurization Processes / Jose A. Rodriguez Rodriguez, Jose A. --
1.1 Introduction 1 --
1.2 Bonding Interactions Between Gold and Metal Oxide or Carbide Surfaces 2 --
1.3 Oxidation of Carbon Monoxide on Au-Oxide and Au-Carbide Surfaces 3 --
1.4 Water-Gas Shift Reaction on Au-Oxide Surfaces 6 --
1.5 Decomposition of Sulfur Dioxide on Au-Oxide and Au-Carbide Surfaces 12 --
1.6 Conclusions 18 --
Acknowledgments 18 --
References 18 --
2 Structural and Electronic Properties of Group 6 Transition Metal Oxide Clusters / Shenggang Li Li, Shenggang, David A. Dixon Dixon, David A. --
2.1 Introduction 21 --
2.2 Accurate Thermochemistry for Transition Metal Oxide Clusters 22 --
2.3 Group 6 Transition Metal Oxides 28 --
2.4 Group 6 Transition Metal Hydroxides: Hydrolysis of Metal Oxide Clusters 40 --
Conclusions 50 --
Acknowledgments 51 --
References 51 --
3 Nanoparticle Catalysis for Reforming of Biomass-Derived Fuels / Maura Koehle Koehle, Maura, Ashish Mhadeshwar Mhadeshwar, Ashish --
3.1 Introduction 63 --
3.2 Biogas Reforming 65 --
3.3 Oxygenates Reforming 81 --
3.4 Conclusions 90 --
Acknowledgment 91 --
References 91 --
4 Nanoparticles in Biocatalysis / Kheireddine El-Boubbou El-Boubbou, Kheireddine, Christopher C. Landry Landry, Christopher C. --
4.1 What is Biocatalysis? 95 --
4.2 Nanomaterials as Enzyme Supports 96 --
4.3 Bionanocatalysis 114 --
4.4 Conclusion 117 --
References 117 --
5 Thin Iron Heme Enzyme-Films on Electrodes and Nanoparticles for Biocatalysis / Sadagopan Krishnan Krishnan, Sadagopan, James F. Rusling Rusling, James F. --
5.1 Why Enzyme Biocatalysis on Electrodes and Nanoparticles? 125 --
5.2 Cyt P450 Electrocatalysis on Electrodes 128 --
5.3 Cyt P450 Biocatalysis on Nanoparticles 141 --
5.4 Summary and Prospects for the Future 143 --
Acknowledgments 145 --
References 145 --
6 Nanoparticles as Enzyme- Mimics / Rute André André, Rute, Filipe Natálio Natálio, Filipe, Wolfgang Tremel Tremel, Wolfgang --
6.1 Introduction 149 --
6.2 Nanoparticles and Their Properties in Solution, Uptake in Cells, and Clearance 151 --
6.3 Chemically Active Nanoparticles 154 --
6.4 Other Oxidoreductase Mimics-Superoxide Dismutases and Oxidases 164 --
6.5 Conclusions/Outlook 167 --
References 169 --
7 A Physical Approach to Monitoring Biological Activity of Nanoparticulates / Amar Nath Nath, Amar --
7.1 Fibrous Character of Carbon Nanotubes (CNT) 176 --
7.2 Biological Activity of Nano-Sized Particulates of Some Oxides 177 --
7.3 In Vitro versus In Vivo Testing for Biotoxicity of Nanomaterials 177 --
7.4 Fundamental Approach to the Problem of Health Hazards Posed by Inhalation of Nanoparticulates of Diverse Chemicals 177 --
7.5 Experimental Evidence Forming the Basis of the Proposed Model 178 --
7.6 Physico-Chemical Approach to Monitoring Bioactivity 179 --
7.7 Thermally Stimulated Luminescence, Conductivity, and Exoelectron Emission [51-59] 180 --
7.8 How Can Emission Mossbauer Spectroscopy (EMS) Help in Identification and Estimation of Bioactive Defects? 181 --
7.9 Remedial Measures: Procedures Adopted for Preparation and Passivation of Defect Sites 183 --
7.10 Summary 184 --
Acknowledgments 184 --
References 184 --
8 Morphology-Tailored Titania Nanoparticles / Vicente Rives Rives, Vicente --
8.1 Introduction 189 --
8.2 Ionic Liquids 191 --
8.3 Combustion-Assisted Methods 192 --
8.4 Gas Flame Combustion 193 --
8.5 Sonochemical Methods 195 --
8.6 Reverse Microemulsion 197 --
8.7 Methods Starting from Metallic Titanium 197 --
8.8 Anodization 198 --
8.9 Modification of Commercial Titania 201 --
8.10 Miscellaneous Methods 206 --
8.11 Conclusions 208 --
Acknowledgment 208 --
References 208 --
9 Metal Oxide Nanotube, Nanorod, and Quantum Dot Photocatalysis / Kenneth J. Balkus Jr. Balkus, Kenneth J., Jr. --
9.1 Introduction 213 --
9.2 Semiconductor Photocatalysts 214 --
9.3 Advantages of Nanoparticles 216 --
9.4 Nanoparticle Synthesis 217 --
9.5 Doping 223 --
9.6 Metal Nanoparticles 224 --
9.7 Quantum Dots 226 --
9.8 Carbon Heterojunctions 230 --
9.9 Water Splitting 231 --
9.10 CO₂ Reduction 233 --
9.11 Solar Photocatalysis 234 --
9.12 Photodynamic Therapy PDT 235 --
9.13 Future Directions 236 --
Acknowledgments 237 --
References 237 --
10 Photocatalytic Nanooxides: The Case of TiO₂ and ZnO / Ana Iglesias-Juez Iglesias-Juez, Ana, Anna Kubacka Kubacka, Anna, Gerardo Colón Colón, Gerardo, Marcos Fernández-García Fernández-García, Marcos --
10.1 Introduction 245 --
10.2 The Case of Bare Oxides 246 --
10.3 Doping and Composite Systems Based in Titania and Zinc Oxides 253 --
Acknowledgments 263 --
References 263 --
11 Recent Advances in Photocatalytic Processes by Nanomaterials / A.R. Khataee Khataee, A.R., M. Fathinia Fathinia, M. --
11.1 Photocatalysts and Mechanisms of. Photocatalysis Processes 267 --
11.2 Applications of Photocatalysts 270 --
11.3 Challenges and Issues with Possible Solutions in Photocatalytic Processes 276 --
11.4 Conclusions 282 --
Acknowledgment 282 --
References 283 --
12 Insights into Heterogeneous Catalysis through Surface Science Techniques / C.P. Vinod Vinod, C.P. --
12.1 Introduction 289 --
12.2 X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Under Near Ambient Conditions (APXPS) 290 --
12.3 Vibrational Spectroscopy at High Pressures 292 --
12.4 Surface Science Studies Using High Pressure Techniques 295 --
12.5 Conclusion and Outlook 302 --
Acknowledgments 302 --
References 302 --
13 Block Copolymer Lithography / David A. Boyd Boyd, David A. --
13.1 Introduction 305 --
13.2 Introduction to Block copolymers 306 --
13.3 Catalysis 317 --
13.4 New Frontiers: Plasmonics 325 --
13.5 Outlook 327 --
References 328 --
14 Multi-Metallic Nanoparticles as More Efficient Catalysts for Fuel Cell Reactions / Shaojun Guo Guo, Shaojun, Sally Fae Ho Ho, Sally Fae, Shouheng Sun Sun, Shouheng --
14.1 Introduction 333 --
14.2 Multi-Metallic Alloy NPs 334 --
14.3 Dumbbell NPs 338 --
14.4 Core/Shell NPs 341 --
14.5 Conclusions and Perspectives 344 --
References 344 --
15 Hydrogenation by Nanoparticle Catalysts / Hema Ramsurn Ramsurn, Hema, Ram B. Gupta Gupta, Ram B. --
15.1 Introduction 347 --
15.2 Hydrogenation Catalysts 349 --
15.3 Hydrogenation by Monometallic Nanoparticles 351 --
15.4 Hydrogenation by Bimetallic Nanoparticles 365 --
15.5 Hydrogenation by Multimetallic Nanoparticles 370 --
15.6 Future Outlook: Nanoparticle-Catalyzed Hydrodeoxygenation 371 --
15.7 Summary 372 --
Acknowledgment 372 --
References 372 --
16 Silicone Stabilized Nanoparticles as Hybrid Phase Catalysts for Selective Hydrolytic Oxidation of Hydrosilanes / Bhanu P.S. Chauhan Chauhan, Bhanu P.S., Alok Sarkar Sarkar, Alok, Moni Chauhan Chauhan, Moni --
16.1 Introduction 375 --
16.2 What are Silanols? 379 --
16.3 Pt-nanoparticle Catalyzed Hydrolytic Oxidation of Organosilanes 381 --
16.4 Investigation of the Nature of Catalysts 386 --
16.5 Mechanistic Proposal 389 --
16.6 Polymerization of Bis-Silanols via Dehydrocoupling Reaction 389 --
16.7 Conclusion 392 --
16.8 Experimental Section 393 --
Acknowledgments 398 --
References 398 --
17 Basics of PEMFC Including the Use of Carbon-Supported Nanoparticles / Frédéric Maillard Maillard, Frédéric, Nathalie Job Job, Nathalie, Marian Chatenet Chatenet, Marian --
17.1 Introduction 401 --
17.2 Basics of PEFMC Operation 403 --
17.3 Durability Issues in Fuel Cells 414 --
17.4 Beyond Classical Carbon-Supported Pt-Based Nanoparticles 417 --
17.5 Conclusion 420 --
Acknowledgments 420 --
References 420 --
18 Supported Gold Nanoparticles as Heterogeneous Catalysts / Ana Primo Primo, Ana, Hermenegildo García García, Hermenegildo --
18.1 Introduction and Historical Perspective of Recent Gold Catalysis Developments 425 --
18.2 Methodologies to Obtain Gold Nanoparticles-Supported on Insoluble Solids 426 --
18.3 Role of Support 430 --
18.4 Role of Metal Oxides in Gold Catalysis 434 --
18.5 Gold Nanoparticles as Catalysts in Organic Reactions 439 --
18.6 Aerobic Oxidation of Alcohols 442 --
18.7 Selective Nitro Hydrogenations Group 445 --
18.8 Concluding Remarks and Future Prospects 447 --
References 448 --
19 Developing Semiconductive Catalysts with Three-Dimensional Nanobranches via Solution Routes / Huajun Zhou Zhou, Huajun, Z. Ryan Tian Tian, Z. Ryan --
19.1 Advantages of Morphological Branching-out for Semiconductive Heterogeneous Catalysts from Solution Syntheses 451 --
19.2 Simple Multi-pods 453 --
19.3 Nanobranched Multi-pods 455 --
19.4 From Complex Multi-pods to Koosh Balls 457 --
19.5 Nanotetrapod in a Hollow Nanotetrapod: The Power of Selective Dissolution 458 --
19.6 Secondary Nanobranches on Primary ID Structures 459 --
19.7 Secondary Nanobranches on 2D and 3D Primary Structures 460 --
19.8 Tertiary and Quaternary Structures from Hierarchical Nanobranch Growths 461 --
19.9 Micropatterned Arrays of Tertiary Cactus Structures 463 --
19.10 3D Self-Assembled Nanobranches 464 --
19.11 3D Networks of Interconnecting Nanowires 464 --
19.12 What Next? 467 --
References 468 --
20 Nanoparticle Catalysis by Surface Plasmon / Mengtao Sun Sun, Mengtao --
20.1 Introduction 473 --
20.2 Plasmon-Driven Surface Catalyzed Reaction 474 --
20.3 Conclusions 486 --
Acknowledgments 486 --
References 487.
Other Titles: Catalysis by nanoparticles
Responsibility: edited by Steven L. Suib, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and Institute of Materials Science, the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
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