By D.D. Eley, Herman Pines, Paul B. Weisz (Eds.)
(from preface)There were many demanding situations in our decade to associations, customs, principles, to just about every little thing that has grown and gathered over such a lot of human generations. This contains the practices of the medical group, of training, and of analysis. within the arguments about the reasons and advantages of clinical endeavors, these in catalysis haven't been neglected. certainly, they is not, for catalysis is necessarily a phenomenon of the maximum significance to society. it could actually supply, actually, an incredible enviornment for every type of workouts pertaining to ''relevance.''
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The reaction scheme is rather complex also in the case of the oxidation of o-xylene (Qla, 87a), of the oxidative dehydrogenation of n-butenes over bismuth-molybdenum catalyst (87b), or of ethylbenzene on aluminum oxide catalysts (87c), in the hydrogenolysis of glucose (87d) over Nikieselguhr or of n-butane on a nickel on silica catalyst (87e), and in the hydrogenation of succinimide in isopropyl alcohol on Ni-A1203 catalyst (87f)or of acetophenone on Rh-Al203 catalyst (87g). Decomposition of nand sec-butyl acetates on synthetic zeolites accompanied by the isomerization of the formed butenes has also been the subject of a kinetic study (87%).
However, the authors were able to solve quantitatively only some special cases. KINETICS OF COUPLED CATALYTIC REACTIONS 17 The phenomena shown in Figs. ” These phenomena do not occur in stoichiometrically simple reactions; a certain complexity in the reaction scheme is a necessary condition. In the case of single reactions the basic form of the concentration curves does not depend on which step is rate determining: the concentration of starting reactants always decreases monotonously and that of products increases monotonously.
Acad. , Ser. C 269, 283 (1969). at the beginning of the reaction, although the sequence of surface steps is consecutive; this is associated with the fact that the slow steps [B(ads) -+ B(g) and B(ads) + C(ads)J are arranged in parallel. The possibility of such a distortion of the course of consecutive catalytic reaction by slow desorption of the intermediate product has been pointed out by de Boer and van der Borg (64). However, the authors were able to solve quantitatively only some special cases.
Advances in Catalysis, Vol. 24 by D.D. Eley, Herman Pines, Paul B. Weisz (Eds.)