Preparation of Catalysts V
Scientific Bases for the Preparation of Heterogeneous CatalystsEdited By
- G. Poncelet, Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
- P.A. Jacobs, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Heverlee, Belgium
- P. Grange
- B. Delmon, Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
The organizers of this Fifth Symposium maintained their initial objectives, namely to gather experts from both industries and universities to discuss the scientific problems involved in the preparation of heterogeneous catalysts, and to encourage as much as possible the presentation of research work on catalysts of real industrial significance. Another highlight of these symposia was to reserve a substantial part of the program to new developments in catalyst preparation, new preparation methods and new catalytic systems. The fact that chemical reactions which were hardly conceivable some years ago have become possible today through the development of appropriate catalytic systems proves that catalysis is in constant progress.
The papers in this volume deal with studies of unit operations in catalyst preparation, catalyst preparation via the sol-gel route, preparation of catalysts from layered structures and pillaring of clays, preparation and modification of zeolite-based catalysts, carbon supported catalysts, preparation of oxidation catalysts and novel and unusual preparation methods.
Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis
Published: June 1991
- Due to limitations of space only a selection of the contents is listed here. Illustration of process scale-up in heterogeneous catalyst preparation (I. Biay et al.). Deposition precipitation onto pre-shaped carrier bodies. Possibilities and limitations (K.P. de Jong). Production of nickel-on-alumina catalysts from preshaped support bodies (L.M. Knijff et al.). The influence of silica support on polymerisation catalyst performance (C.E. Marsden). Aspects of the synthesis of aryl sulfonic acid mels™ catalysts (D.L. King et al.). The chemistry of dealumination of faujasite zeolites with silicon tetrachloride (J.A. Martens). Carbon-supported palladium catalysts. Some aspects of preparation in connection with the adsorption properties of the supports (A.S. Lisitsyn et al.). Synthesis of V-P-O catalysts for oxidation of C4 hydrocarbons (V.A. Zazhigalov et al.). New organometallic active sites obtained by controlled surface reaction of organometallic complexes with supported metal particles (B. Didillon et al.).