Spillover and Mobility of Species on Solid SurfacesBy
- A. Guerrero-Ruiz, Facultad de Ciencias, UNED, C/Senda del Rey, s/n.28040 Madrid, Spain
- I. Rodriguez-Ramos, Petroleoquimica, CSIC, Campus de Cantoblanco, Spain
"Spillover and Mobility of Species and Solid Surfaces" collects the papers which were presented at the Fifth International Conference Spillover, either as oral or poster contributions, as well as the summaries of the invited lectures. This congress and its publication in the Studies on Surface Science and Catalysis series follow the tradition of previous conferences on spillover, initiated in Lyon, 1983, and continued in Leipzig, 1989, Kyoto 1993 and Dalian, 1997. For the fifth conference, held in S.L. el Escorial (Madrid), the organising committee has attempted to compile representative contributions which illustrate the advances in understanding the spillover phenomenon since 1997. Spillover is a process taking place during the interface of gas reactant molecules (mainly hydrogen and oxygen) on solid surfaces. However, different contributions to the more general area of the chemistry at surfaces, related with the mobility and migration of species, diffusion through membranes, fuel cell catalysts, etc., have also been included. In fact the title of the present volume summarizes this attempt to extend the conference topics towards dynamics at surfaces.
Among the 70 contributions received, the 56 accepted papers were selected on the basis of the reports of at least two international reviewers, according to standards comparable to those applied for other specialised journals. These papers are from 21 different countries.
For chemists and industrialists involved in research and development of catalytic systems. For scientists working in the field of colloid and surface science in research and applications.
Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis
Hardbound, 500 Pages
- Headings and selected papers. Preface. Honorary scientific committee. International advisory board. National advisory board. Organizing committee. Sponsoring. Invited Lectures. Hydrogenation by spillover hydrogen from metal to acidic support or by the reverse spillover of the reactant molecule from the support to the metal (R. Prins). Molecular hydrogen-originated protonic acid-site (H. Hattori). Spillover phenomena in stationary and non stationary hydrogen and syngas generation processes (P. Denton et al.). Oral Presentations. In-situ FTIR study of hydrogen spillover and reaction kinetics in hybrid catalysts (A. Hassan et al.). Comparison of hydrogen spillover effect between cumene cracking and n-pentane hydroisomerization over Pt/SiO2+ H-beta using pulse reaction method (T.Kusakari et al.). Future research on spillover (B. Delmon). Oxygen storage and oxygen mobility on ceria and ceria-zirconia supported noble metals (S. Bedrane et al.). On some catalytic reactions recently revisited by H2, 02, and NO spillover (G.M. Pajonk). Electronic processes in hydrogen spillover (J.-M. Herrmann). Spillover effect for the oxidation of H2S in the presence of ammonia and water (D.-W. Park et al.). Poster Presentations. NMR relaxtion of chloroform adsorbed over alkali-exchanged FAU type zeolites (M. Sánchez-Sánchez et al.). Hydrogen spillover in Pt-Sn catalysts supported on activated carbon cloth (A. Huidobro et al.). Hydrogen spillover measured by mass spectroscopy during reduction of carbon supported palladium catalysts: effect of carbon properties (A.L.D. Ramos et al.). Dual-function catalysts for ring opening of cyclic compounds (L.M. Kustov et al.). Synergy effect between copper and manganese oxides in hopcalite catalysts (F.C. Buciuman et al.). Oxygen handling properties of Ce-Ca mixed oxides solutions (A. Iglesias-Juez et al.). Effects of ceria on propane reforming over alumina supported palladium catalysts (A.L. Guimaraes et al.). Possible role of spillover processes in the operation of NOX storage and reduction catalysts (A.J. Paterson et al.). Improvement on the dry reforming of methane by hydrogen diffusion in a membrane reactor (P.Ferreira-Aparicio, Y.H. Ma). Author index. Subject index.