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Advanced Materials in Catalysis

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by Frank Bolz
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Advanced Materials in Catalysis by Frank Bolz

Advanced Materials in Catalysis is a collection of materials that discusses various catalysts. The book presents the physical and chemical properties that indicate that a particular class of materials may be of catalytic interest.
The text first covers bimetallic catalysts, and then proceeds to examining the catalytic properties of compounds such as graphite intercalation compounds; oxides with the scheelite structure; and synthetic layered silicates and aluminosilicate. The book also covers reduction catalysts, biological catalysts, and monolithic catalyst supports.
The selection will be of great use to students and practitioners of chemistry, particularly those who are involved in research studies that investigate materials problems in catalysis.

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Ebook Details
Size: 39.8 MB
Publisher: Academic Press
Date published:   1977
ISBN: 9781483191508 (DRM-PDF)

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