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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Sulphide catalysts, their properties and applications.
Prague : Academia, 1973
506 pages ; 25 cm.
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Otto Weisser; Stanislav Landa; Ota Sofr
|Description:||1 online resource (507 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||FrontCover ; Sulphide Catalysts, their Properties and Applications; Copyright Page; Table ofContents ; List of Contents; Preface; Part A: General Section; Chapter 1. Historical review of the development and application of sulphide catalysts; Chapter 2. The significance, technical application and specific position of sulphide catalysts; 2.1. The significance of sulphide catalysts in chemical technology; 2.2. General survey of the properties of sulphide catalysts; Chapter 3. Preparation and regeneration of sulphide catalysts; 3.1. Preparation of sulphide catalysts. 3.2. Carriers for sulphide catalysts3.3. Regeneration of sulphide catalysts; Chapter 4. Physico-chemical properties of sulphide catalysts; 4.1. The crystal structure of sulphide catalysts; 4.2. The behaviour of sulphide catalysts at elevated temperatures and some thermodynamic properties of sulphides; 4.3. Texture and absorption properties of sulphide catalysts; 4.4. Electrical properties of sulphide catalysts; 4.5. Magnetic properties of sulphide catalysts; 4.6. Optical properties of sulphide catalysts. Chapter 5. The activity and selectivity of sulphide catalysts and methods of influencing these properties5.1. The influence of non-stoichiometric sulphur, sulphur compounds and methods of sulphurisation on the activity of sulphide catalysts; 5.2. The influence of promoters; 5.3. The influence of the carrier and acidity of the catalyst surface on the activity of sulphide catalysts; 5.4. Deactivation of sulphide catalysts; Part B: Special Section; Chapter 6. Hydrogenation, synthesis and some reactions of individual organic compounds in the presence of sulphide catalysts. 6.1. Hydrogenation of unsaturated hydrocarbons6.2. Hydrogenation of aromatic hydrocarbons; 6.3. Hydrocracking, hydrodealkylation and cracking of hydrocarbons; 6.4. Hydrogenation of alcohols and ethers; 6.5. Hydrogenation of phenols; 6.6. Hydrogenation of carbonyl compounds; 6.7. Hydrogenation of acids, their esters and anhydrides; 6.8. Hydrogenation of oxygen-containing heterocyclic compounds; 6.9. Hydrogenation of sulphur compounds; 6.10. Hydrogenation of nitrogen-containing compounds; 6.11. Synthesis and reactions of organic compounds in the presence of sulphide catalysts. Chapter 7. Use of sulphide catalysts in processing raw materials in the fuel industry7.1. Hydrogenation of coal and related materials; 7.2. Hydroprocessing of petroleum and tar materials; 7.3. Cracking and dehydrocracking of hydrocarbon mixtures; Chapter 8. Isomerisation in the presence of sulphide catalysts; 8.1. Chemistry and kinetics of isomerisation of hydrocarbons in the presence of sulphide catalysts; 8.2. Review of isomerisation of individual hydrocarbons in the presence of sulphide catalysts; 8.3. Isomerisation of hydrocarbon mixtures.|
|Responsibility:||Otto Weisser and Stanislav Landa ; English translation by Ota Sofr.|