Heterogeneous Catalysis: Principles and Applications by Geoffrey C. Bond

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Author
Geoffrey C. Bond
Publisher
Oxford University Press, USA
Date of release
Pages
140
ISBN
9780198555261
Binding
Hardcover
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This book describes the chemical basis of heterogeneous catalysis and the important industrial purposes to which it is applied. Unlike most chemistry textbooks, this one pays special attention to the physical forms of catalysts used in industry and to the types of reactor in which they are employed, with a chapter included on applications to environmental pollution control. For the second edition the author has completely revised, updated, and expanded the text, adding a new introductory treatment of the band theory of solids and sections covering such recent developments as Fisher-Tropsch synthesis and applications of catalysis to problems of energy supply. The problems at the end of each chapter, the stress on chemical principles, and the comprehensive, annotated reading list all contribute to make this volume a thorough, clear, and challenging textbook for students in physical and inorganic chemistry courses as well as for those in chemical engineering and industrial chemistry.


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