Advances in Catalysis

Edited by

  • Bruce Gates, University of California at Davis, CA, USA
  • Helmut Knoezinger, University of Munich, Germany
  • Friederike Jentoft, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, USA

Catalysis is the acceleration of a chemical reaction by a catalyst, a substance that notably affects the rate of a chemical reaction without itself being consumed or altered. Since 1948, Advances in Catalysis has filled the gap between the papers that report on and the textbooks that teach in the diverse areas of catalysis research. The editors of and contributors to Advances in Catalysis are dedicated to recording progress in this area.
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Chemical engineers, physical chemists, biochemists, researchers and industrial chemists in the fields of catalysis and materials chemistry


Book information

  • Published: February 2009
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-374336-7

Table of Contents

Applications of Photoluminescence Spectroscopy to the Investigation of Oxide-Containing Catalysts in the Working State, M. Anpo, S. Dzwigaj, M. CheRaman Spectroscopy for the Structural Characterization of Operating Catalysts, M. Bañares, G. Mestl UV-vis-NIR Spectroscopy in Catalysis: Theory, Experiment, Analysis and Application under Reactive Conditions, F. JentoftX-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy for Investigation of Heterogeneous Catalytic Processes, A. Knop-Gericke et al.X-ray Diffraction: A Basic Tool for Characterization of Solid Catalysts, R. SchlöglCharacterization of Solid Catalysts in the Working State: X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy, S. Bare, T. Ressler