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Heterogeneous Catalysis

 
D.K. Chakrabarti (Author) B Viswanathan (Author)
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Heterogeneous Catalysis is a subject of great industrial importance. Almost 80 per cent of the heavy chemicals are produced by employing heterogeneous catalysts at some stage or other. This is why it has become necessary to introduce the subject in the Master's programmes in Chemistry and Chemical Technology. Excellent monographs have been written by leading experts with great insight and these are very useful to research workers in this field. However, there are only a few that can serve as textbook. It is hoped the present book will serve that purpose.

Absorption phenomenon has been considered in the chapters 1-3 and 5. They cover adsorption isotherms and energetics of adsorption both for homogeneous and heterogeneous surfaces. Both physical adsorption and chemisorption have been considered. Chapter 6 gives some general principles of catalysis and Chapter 7-9 present catalysis by metals, semiconductors and acidic solids including zeolites and clays. Chapter 10 presents mechanism of some selected reactions. Catalyst texture (surface area, porosity) has been discussed in Chapter 4. Chapters 12-15 are dedicated to catalyst characterization that include infrared and Raman spectroscopy, thermal methods, ESCA and Auger methods as well as NMR, EPR and Mössbauer spectroscopic methods. The last two chapters of the book are dedicated to catalysts preparation and the role of diffusion in heterogeneous catalysis.

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About the authors

D.K. Chakrabarti

Dilip K. Chakrabarti is an archaeologist and ancient historian with a wide experience of teaching, research and research supervision. Currently he has been engaged in a study of the location of ancient settlements in the Ganga valley.

B Viswanathan

B. Viswanathan has been a faculty of the Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras for over 30 years. He is the recipient of Alexander Von Humboldt, Max Planck and JSPS fellowships. His areas of research interest include Catalysis, Material Science and Energy. He has over 700 publications, 12 books and 15 patents to his credit. He has won several awards like TANSA best Scientist award, CRSI, MRSI medals as well as eminent Scientist Award of the Catalysis Society of India. He has been associated with a number of scientific societies and has extensively participated in chemical education. He is a member of boards of Studies of various Universities and institutions.

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Bibliographic information

Title Heterogeneous Catalysis
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2011
Edition Reprint
Language: English
isbn 9788122421972
length 328p.