4 edition of Shape-selective catalysis found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Chunshan Song, Juan M. Garcés, Yoshihiro Sugi, editors.|
|Series||ACS symposium series,, 738|
|Contributions||Song, Chunshan., Garcés, Juan M., Sugi, Yoshihiro.|
|LC Classifications||TP156.C35 S47 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 410 p. :|
|Number of Pages||410|
|LC Control Number||99032010|
Read Online or Download Shape Selective Catalysis in Industrial Applications (Chemical Industries) PDF Similar general & reference books Download e-book for /5(23). Zeolites exhibit shape selective catalysis due to the honeycomb-like structure, having a ‘truncated octahedra’ as their building blocks. Zeolites are microporous aluminosilicates having a general formula of M x/n [(AlO 2) x (SiO 2) y ].mH 2 O where n is the valency of the metal cation, M n+.
, 1, 4, S. 1MaxwellIan E., Journal of Inclusion Phenomena, J Incl Phenom Macrocycl Chem, , Shape-selective catalysis and process technology via molecular inclusion in zeolites Crossref 91 , 4, 41, S. JohnV., VargheseP., Chemical Engineering Science, Chem Eng Set, , Dilution of active material in catalyst pellets Cited by: The catalytic reaction that depends upon the pore structures of the catalysts and the size of reactant and product molecules is called SHAPE SELECTIVE CATALYSIS. .
Shape-Selective Catalysis with ZSM-5 Zeolites Randall A. Watson Literature Seminar November 3, Most shape selective catalysts in use today are molecular sieve zeolites. Structurally these are framework aluminosilicates which are based on infinitely extending three-dimensional network of Al04 and Si04 tetrahedra linked by shar. A catalytic reaction which depends upon the pore structure of the catalyst and on the size of the reactant and the product molecules is called shape-selective catalysis. For example, catalysis by zeolites is a shape-selective catalysis. The pore size present in the zeolites ranges from pm/5(56).
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"an excellent overview of shape-selective catalysis in industrial applications involving acid catalysis and the Mobil processes. "AIChE Journal About the Author. Chen\, N.Y. Product details. Series: Chemical Industries (Book 65) Shape-selective catalysis book pages; Publisher: CRC Cited by: Svetlana Mintova, Jiří Čejka, in Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, Textural properties of micro/mesoporous composites.
Pore volume and pore-size distribution are crucial parameters for porous materials especially in shape-selective catalysis and therefore are often a target of catalyst design [3, 11, 88–90].
The nitrogen sorption isotherms of porous samples are measured. A catalytic reaction which depends upon the pore structure of the catalyst and on the size of the reactant and the product molecules is called shape-selective catalysis.
For example, catalysis by zeolites is a shape-selective catalysis. The pore size present in the zeolites ranges from pm. "Examines all known industrial processes using shape selective zeolites. Second Edition contains new, up-to-date information on the specific features that make zeolites shape selective, the role shape selective catalysis can play providing environmentally clean fuels, membered oxygen ring systems, mesopore systems, and more.".
Inthe zeolites were introduced by Mobil Oil Corporation as new cracking catalysts in refinery technology. At the end of the s, the concept of shape‐selective catalysis with zeolites was introduced to petrochemistry, and the zeolites became of increasing importance in catalysis research and applied catalysis.
Shape-selective catalysis is important for synthesis of organic chemicals and for processing of petroleum fractions and fuels. This article provides an introductory overview of the principles and applications of shape selective catalysis.
It also discusses current areas of research on shape-selective catalysis. Douglas Shape-selective catalysis book. Ruthven, in Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, Intracrystalline diffusion of adsorbed molecules in zeolite crystals is critically important in relation to the application of zeolites as adsorbents and shape-selective the past 50 years this subject has attracted considerable research, aimed both at developing improved experimental methods for measurement.
Shape-selective catalysis is important for environmentally-benign chemicals synthesis and hydrocarbon processing, because it provides specific pathways leading to desired products. This book contains 27 peer-reviewed chapters by some leading experts, pioneers, and active researchers in thisarea.
It provides accounts on both historical. The Emergence of Shape-Selective Catalysis: Adventure, Basic Science, and Technology Paul B. Weisz Chapter 2, DOI: /bkch Publication Date (Print): November 2, Book Description "Examines all known industrial processes using shape selective zeolites.
Second Edition contains new, up-to-date information on the specific features that make zeolites shape selective, the role shape selective catalysis can play providing environmentally clean fuels, membered oxygen ring systems, mesopore systems, and more.".
Shape-Selective Catalysis: Chemicals Synthesis and Hydrocarbon Processing (Acs Symposium Series ) [Chunshan Song, Juan M. Garces, Yoshihiro Sugi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Shape-selective catalysis is important for environmentally-benign chemicals synthesis and hydrocarbon processing.
Relating the fundamental principles of zeolite catalysis to their practical application, this unique reference - the most comprehensive resource of its kind - examines all known industrial processes using shape selective zeolites - detailing present and potential future applications of shape selective catalysis in petroleum processing, aromatics processing, and alternative fuels.
Shape Selective Catalysis in Industrial Applications (Chemical Industries) (Vol 36) by Chen, N. Y., Garwood, William E., Dwyer, Francis G. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Chemistry Surface Chemistry part 14 (Activity & selectivity of Solid Catalysis) CBSE class 12 XII - Duration: LearnoHub - Cl 12 23, views Abstract.
Among the primary tasks of catalysis is the control of the selectivity in chemical reactions. In heterogeneously catalyzed reactions in zeolites and zeolite-related microporous solids, this can, inter alia, be achieved by exploiting the phenomenon of shape-selective a very simplified manner, shape-selective catalysis can be described as the combination of catalysis with Cited by: Kaeding W W, Chu C C, Young L B, Butter S A.
Shape-selective reactions with zeolite catalysts: II. Selective disproportionation of toluene to produce benzene and p-xylene. Journal of Catalysis,– CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 2. COVID Resources.
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This book examines the molecular dynamics that occur within zeolites. Our understanding of how these marvelous catalysts work has been greatly enhanced by the advent ot new tools such as NMR, scanning-transmission-electron microscopy, and sophisticated computer modelling.
By combining recent findings and newly developed models with classical developments in the theory of diffusion, this book. Book Review Shape selective catalysis in industrial applications By N. Chen, William E. Garwood, and Francis G. Dwyer, Marcel Dekker, New York,pp. $ Mark E. DavisAuthor: Mark E.
Davis. This book examines the molecular dynamics that occur within zeolites. Our understanding of how these marvelous catalysts work has been greatly enhanced by the advent ot new tools such as NMR, scanning-transmission-electron microscopy, and sophisticated computer modelling.
By combining recent Price: $. In brief, shape selective catalysis may contribute to limiting byproduct formation and thus can make processes more environmentally friendly and more cost-eﬀective.Shape Selective Catalysis in Industrial Applications, Second Edition, by N.
Y. Chen,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.Since when useful working concepts for the technique of phase-transfer catalysis (PTC) were introduced, the understanding, development, and applica tions of this method for conducting organic reactions has expanded exponentially.
PTC has brought vast new dimensions and options to .