Catalysis by Metals and AlloysBy
- V. Ponec, Leiden Institute of Chemistry, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands
- G.C. Bond, Department of Chemistry, Brunel University, London, UK
Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis
Published: January 2003
...the chapters in this book dealing with various aspects of catalyst structure (Chapters 1-7) are informative, comprehensive, and well done, particularly in view of the size of the literature.
Journal of Catalysis
The figures have legends of several lines in most cases which makes them easy to understand... The book is a good guide for everybody who possesses more than rudimentary familiarity with the subject and wants to start in this field; at the same time, it offers profitable assistance for more advanced specialists who might need a good review of the whole field and, what may be even more important, of related areas such as solid-state physics. It belongs to the shelf of every postgraduate student and also scientist practising in the field of metal and alloy catalysis, especially, if the reactions selected involve hydrocarbons as feed or products. I congratulate both distinguished authors for their present excellent work.
Reaction Kinetics and Catalysis Letters