Adventures in catalytic nanospace: 'seeing' spillover in-situ for the first time (M. Bowker et al.). From first-principles to catalytic turnovers: ethylene hydrogenation over palladium (M. Neurock et al.). Development of microkinetic expressions by instationary methods (F.J. Keil). Self sustained oscillations over copper in the catalytic oxidation of methanol (I. Böttger et al.). Novel reactor configurations and modes of operation (D.Luss). New methodologies and reactors for catalytic process development (M.P. Harold et al.).Kinetics: steady state operation.
Hysteresis kinetics of propene oxidation characterized by a Ag-Re supported membrane reactor (M. Kobayashi et al.). Kinetics of oxidative dehydrogenation of LPG to olefins on Dy-Li-Cl-Zr-O catalyst (M.L. Kaliya et al.). De Donder relations and the theory of reaction routes (I. Fishtik, R. Datta). A kinetic study of NO reduction by CO over a NiO/Al2O3 catalyst (T.N. Angelidis, M. Papapetrou). Reaction kinetics of the hydrodenitrogenation of methylcyclohexylamine over fluorinated NiMoS/Al2O3 catalysts (L. Qu, R. Prins). Use of the "dusty-gas" model for the analysis of ethylbenzene oxidehydrogenation process (D. Ardissone et al.). Using low melting point alloy intrusion to quantify pore structure: Studies on an alumina catalyst support (L. Ruffino et al.).Catalytic processes.
Mass and heat transfer effects in the kinetic modelling of catalytic cracking (P. Hagelberg et al.). Kinetics of ethylene polymerisation over CrY zeolites (Y. Zhang et al.). Investigations of the selective partial oxidation of methanol and the oxidative
Reaction Kinetics and the Development and Operation of Catalytic Processes is a trendsetter. The Keynote Lectures have been authored by top scientists and cover a broad range of topics like fundamental aspects of surface chemistry, in particular dynamics and spillover, the modeling of reaction mechanisms, with special focus on the importance of transient experimentation and the application of kinetics in reactor design. Fundamental and applied kinetic studies are well represented. More than half of these deal with transient kinetics, a new trend made possible by recent sophisticated experimental equipment and the awareness that transient experimentation provides more information and insight into the microphenomena occurring on the catalyst surface than steady state techniques. The trend is not limited to purely kinetic studies since the great majority of the papers dealing with reactors also focus on transients and even deliberate transient operation. It is to be expected that this trend will continue and amplify as the community becomes more aware of the predictive potential of fundamental kinetics when combined with detailed realistic modeling of the reactor operation.
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Laboratorium voor Petrochemische Techniek, Universiteit Gent, Ghent, Belgium
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