Principles of Catalyst Development - Fundamental and Applied Catalysis (Hardback)
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Principles of Catalyst Development - Fundamental and Applied Catalysis (Hardback)

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Hardback 288 Pages / Published: 30/09/1989
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Successful industrial heterogeneous catalysts fulfill several key require- ments: in addition to high catalytic activity for the desired reaction, with high selectivity where appropriate, they also have an acceptable commercial life and are rugged enough for transportation and charging into plant reactors. Additional requirements include the need to come online smoothly in a short time and reproducible manufacturing procedures that involve convenient processes at acceptable cost. The development of heterogeneous catalysts that meet these (often mutually exclusive) demands is far from straightforward, and in addition much of the actual manufacturing tech- nology is kept secret for commercial reasons-thus there is no modern text that deals with the whole of this important subject. Principles of Catalyst Development, which deals comprehensively with the design, development, and manufacture of practical heterogeneous catalysts, is therefore especially valuable in meeting the long-standing needs of both industrialists and academics. As one who has worked extensively on a variety of catalyst development problems in both industry and academia, James T. Richardson is well placed to write an authoritative book covering both the theory and the practice of catalyst development. Much of the material contained in this book had its origin in a series of widely acclaimed lectures, attended mainly by industrial researchers, given over many years in the United States and Europe. All those in industry who work with catalysts, both beginners and those of considerable experience, should find this volume an essential guide.

Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media
ISBN: 9780306431623
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 1350 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 20 mm
Edition: 1989 ed.

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