3 edition of Catalysis and adsorption by zeolites found in the catalog.
Catalysis and adsorption by zeolites
ZEOCAT 90 (1990 Leipzig, Germany)
by Elsevier, Distributors for the United States and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. in Amsterdam, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||editors, G. Öhlmann, H. Pfeifer, and R. Fricke.|
|Series||Studies in surface science and catalysis ;, vol. 65, Studies in surface science and catalysis ;, 65.|
|Contributions||Öhlmann, Gerhard., Pfeifer, Harry, 1929-, Fricke, R. 1942-|
|LC Classifications||QD505 .Z46 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 718 p. :|
|Number of Pages||718|
|LC Control Number||91017938|
From the book: Zeolites in Catalysis: Properties and Applications Contents. R. Millini and G. Bellussi Historical Background 1 Natural Zeolites 3 Synthesis 5 Role of the Organic Additives 7 Role of the Heteroatom 11 Two-dimensional (2D) Zeolites 13 Hierarchical Porous Structures 15 Applications 19 Zeolites as Heterogeneous Catalysts 19 Zeolites. A section on catalysis addresses shape selectivity, transition metals, bifunctional catalysis and "methanol to-gasoline". Included in the section on industrial applications are chapters on reactor and adsorber design, catalytic cracking, xylene and n -paraffins isomerization, as well as ion exchange and : Springer Netherlands.
This book aims to illustrate and discuss the subject of heterogeneous catalysis and to show the current capabilities of the theoretical and computational methods for studying the various steps (diffusion, adsorption, chemical reaction) of heterogeneous catalytic process involving zeolites, metal oxides, and transition metal surfaces. A section on catalysis addresses shape selectivity, transition metals, bifunctional catalysis and "methanol to-gasoline". Included in the section on industrial applications are chapters on reactor and adsorber design, catalytic cracking, xylene and n -paraffins isomerization, as well as ion exchange and adsorption.
Adsorption Isotherms Heterogeneous Catalysis Introduction Types of Catalysis Toward Green and Sustainable Industrial Chemistry Kinetics in a Heterogeneous Catalytic Reaction Diffusion Phenomena 2.A Appendix Exercises Answers to the Problems References 3 Zeolites. Henry’s constants (Kads) for adsorption of C3 polyfunctional molecules onto zeolites from aqueous solutions at K were obtained and compared with the octanol–water partition coefficients, Kow, which were calculated using the prevalent ClogP group contribution method. Kads increases linearly with Kow for these adsorbates on H–ZSM-5 (MFI), FAU, BEA, and ITQ Cited by:
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To those molecules able to diffuse through these spaces, zeolites are in effect "all surface", making them highly efficient.
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Chapter by R. Staudt and M. Thommes preceded these chapters describing a broad application potential of zeolites for adsorption applications. As for the catalysis, A. Martinez focused on application of zeolites in petrochemical reactions and M. Bejblová and J. Zeolites are microporous, aluminosilicate minerals commonly used as commercial adsorbents and catalysts.
The term zeolite was originally coined in by Swedish mineralogist Axel Fredrik Cronstedt, who observed that rapidly heating the material, believed to have been stilbite, produced large amounts of steam from water that had been adsorbed by the material.
science and chemical industry (for catalysis), the present book aims at making the topic of chemistry of porous materials accessible to advanced undergraduate or postgraduate students being involved in research projects in chemistry, physics, biology or medicine. The book Chemistry of Zeolites and Related.
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Beginning with the history of natural and synthetic zeolites, the reader will learn how zeolite structures are formed, synthetic routes, and experimental Author: Jiri Cejka.Zeolites can be combined with other materials or other zeolites in order to obtain enhanced performance or synergic catalytic behavior between the phases.
Outstanding catalytic properties, combined with high stability and an affordable price, have placed zeolites at the forefront of industrial catalysis, playing a crucial role in the worldwide.Zeolites have an immense importance in diverse industrial applications as catalysts and adsorbents, for example in refinery industry, chemical industry, detergent sector or for solar thermal collectors and adsorption refrigeration In this special issue we aim at new developments and recent progress with respect to zeolite-catalyzed chemical.