Characterization of Solid Materials and Heterogeneous Catalysts: From Structure to Surface Reactivity, 2 Volume Set

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  • Published: 14 March 2012
  • ISBN: 978-3-527-32687-7
  • Author: Michel Che, Jacques C. Vedrine
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This excellent handbook and ready reference provides all there is to know on the important characterization techniques described. Clearly structured into three parts according to the type of analytical technique, the chapters contain the most important parameters needed to correctly interpret the spectra, experimental conditions, all the steps during the chemical reaction, and applications of the main catalysts. In addition, it discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the specific techniques, backed by experimental data and considerations, as well as specific application areas.

A must-have work for everybody working in chemistry, analytics, materials science and solid state physics.

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Pearly Chittilappilly wrote:

heterogenous catalysis

characterization of supported complexes will provide more insight into the field of heterogenous catalysis . In that way thisarticle will help the emerging scientists in this field

Wed Dec 26 02:16:54 UTC 2012

Pearly Chittilappilly wrote:

catalysis

especially heterogenous catalysis

Wed Dec 26 02:15:54 UTC 2012

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