By W G Frankenburg; V I Komarewsky; Eric K Rideal
ADVANCES IN CATALYSIS quantity 3.
content material: entrance conceal; Advances in Catalysis and similar matters, quantity III; Copyright web page; Contents; individuals to quantity III; Editors' Preface; bankruptcy 1. Balandin's Contribution to Heterogeneous Catalysis; I. advent; II. The Multiplet conception; III. dialogue of the speculation; IV. Steric issues in Catalysis; References; bankruptcy 2. Magnetism and the constitution of Catalytically energetic Solids; I. creation; II. common ideas; III. Experimental equipment; IV. The Susceptibility Isotherm; V. Supported Chromium Oxide; VI. Supported Oxides of Manganese; VII. Supported Nickel Oxide VIII. Supported Iron OxideIX. Supported Copper Oxide; X. comparable structures; XI. Self-Supported structures; XII. Ferromagnetism; XIII. identity of Ferromagnetic levels; XIV. response procedures; XV. answer tactics; XVI. precis; References; bankruptcy three. Catalytic Oxidation of Acetylene in Air for Oxygen Manufacture; I. creation; II. of Air and Acetylene; III. Acetylene elimination; IV. Catalyst Compositions; V. Regeneration; VI. Mechanism of the Oxidation Reactions; VII. Mechanism of the Oxidation via Silver Nitrate; References; bankruptcy four. The Poisoning of metal Catalysts I. Catalysts prone to PoisoningII. important varieties of Catalyst Poisons; III. the shape of Catalyst Poisoning Curves; IV. additional components Influencing Toxicity; V. helpful Poisoning; References; bankruptcy five. Catalytic Cracking of natural Hydrocarbons; I. advent; II. Catalytic Cracking Reactions; III. Catalytic Cracking of Paraffins; IV. Catalytic Cracking of Olefins; V. Catalytic Cracking of Naphthenes; VI. Catalytic Cracking of fragrant Hydrocarbons; VII. constitution of Cracking Catalysts; References; bankruptcy 6. Chemical features and constitution of Cracking Catalysts I. IntroductionII. size of the "Acidity" of Cracking Catalysts; III. identity of the Acid facilities because the Catalytically energetic websites; IV. constitution of the Acid; V. Mechanism of Hydrocarbon Reactions on a Cracking Catalyst; References; bankruptcy 7. response premiums and Selectivity in Catalyst Pores; I. creation; III . The actual photograph of the Pore constitution; III. Mechanism of delivery in Catalyst Pores; IV. actual components picking out response premiums on Porous Catalysts . (Definition of fee Constants, the elemental Differential Equation and the legislation of Conservation of Mass V. response charges in unmarried PoresVI. response premiums on useful Catalyst Pellets; VII. response charges on Poisoned Catalysts (Apparent Selective Poisoning); VIII. influence of Pore constitution on Catalyst Selectivity; Appendix; thesaurus of Symbols; References; bankruptcy eight. Nickel Sulfide Catalysts; I. advent; II. The Nickel-Sulfur Equilibrium; III. actual Adsorption of Gases on Ni2S2 Catalysts; IV. Chemisorption of Gases on Ni2S2; V. helps for Stabilizing Nickel Sulfide; VI. instruction of Nickel Sulfide Catalysts; VII. beneficial existence and Regeneration
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1. Introduction. . . . . 2. Catalyst Preparation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 3. Magnetic Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 4. Diffusion in Powdered Metals.. 101 5. Interpretation of Morris-Selwoo . . . . . . . . . . . 102 . . . . . . . 104 Summary.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
80 5. Related Systems. . ...................... 82 Ferromagnetism....... 1. Introduction.. 2. Characteristics of Ferromagnetism . 3. The Ferromagnetic Domain.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 4. Dependence of u on H and T . . . . 5. Remarks on Theories of Ferromagnetism . . . . . . . . . 87 Identification of Ferromagnetic Phases. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 93 Reaction Processes.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The mechanism of the dehydrogenation of cyclohexane, which may be taken as typical, is therefore pictured as follows. Chemisorption of both saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons takes place with dissociation of hydrogen. With cyclohexane, this probably occurs with formation of a benzene nucleus, bound to the surface by six bonds similar to those postulated by Twigg and Rideal (45) for ethylene chemisorption, 12M + CJ312-t MsC6Hs + 6MH, the nucleus bonding being represented by \ CH-CH M / / . M ‘ For this type of bonding the benzene ring would have to fit on an octahedral face of suitable dimensions as shown in Fig.
Advances in catalysis by W G Frankenburg; V I Komarewsky; Eric K Rideal