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Surface and interfacial organometallic chemistry and catalysis

Author: Christophe Copéret; Bruno Chaudret
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2005.
Series: Topics in organometallic chemistry, 16.
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Heterogeneous catalysis has been essential to the development of efficient chemical processes for more than a century, and this field has been traditionally part of the solid state chemistry and surface science communities. The design of better catalysts has raised the following questions: "what is the structure of the active sites?" and "how to control their nature?" The necessary need to develop more sustainable  Read more...
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Surface and interfacial organometallic chemistry and catalysis.
Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2005
(DLC) 2005928333
(OCoLC)70482651
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Christophe Copéret; Bruno Chaudret
ISBN: 9783540314417 3540314415 3540264965 9783540264965
OCLC Number: 262680932
Description: 1 online resource (291 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Anatomy of catalytic centers in Phillips ethylene polymerization catalyst / A. Zecchina [and others] --
Single site catalyst for partial oxidation reaction: TS-1 case study / S. Bordiga [and others] --
Tailored oxide materials via thermolytic molecular precursor (TMP) methods / K.L. Fujdala [and others] --
Spectroscopic characterization of organometallic centers on insulator single crystal surfaces from metal carbonyls to Ziegler-Natta catlysts / T. Risse [and others] --
Analogy between surface and molecular organometallic chemistry / J.-P. Candy [and others] --
Oxide- and zeolite-supported "molecular" metal clusters: synthesis, structure, bonding, and catalytic properties / B.C. Gates --
Synthesis and surface reactivity of organometallic nanoparticles / B. Chaudret --
Stabilized noble metal nanoparticles, an avoidable family of catalysts for Arene derivative hydrogenation / A. Roucoux.
Series Title: Topics in organometallic chemistry, 16.
Responsibility: volume editors, Christophe Coperet, Bruno Chaudret.
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