Catalysis by Microporous Materials by H. K. Beyer

By H. K. Beyer

ZEOCAT '95 is the 11th within the sequence of symposia dedicated to exact fields of zeolite chemistry. Six plenary lectures, 40 oral and forty-two poster displays have been incorporated within the application. The permitted papers disguise each element of catalysis on microporous fabrics. an important variety of the contributions describe the synthesis, amendment, instrumental and chemical characterisation of zeolites and different micro- and mesoporous fabrics. Catalytic reactions contain hydrocarbon cracking, nucleophilic fragrant substitution, methanol to hydrocarbon conversion, hydration of acetylene, a number of alkylation reactions, redox differences, Claisen rearrangement, and so forth

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All rights reserved. 13 Pillared Layered Structures 0PLS): From Microporous to Nano-phase Materials 1L Szostak and C. Ingram Department of Chemistry, Clark Atlanta University, 223 James P. Brawley Dr. SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30314 USA Since their discovery in the 1970's, Pillared Layered Structures (PLS) have been evaluated for numerous catalytic applications. Though FCC and other refinery processes still constitute the greatest area of investigation, these materials are now being explored for applications as fine chemical and environmental catalysts.

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