Here is the listing of Best reference books on Catalysis and Surface Chemistry.
|1. “Introduction to Surface Chemistry and Catalysis” by Somorjai G. A
Book Review: This book stresses on the modern concepts related to surface chemistry and catalysis science that are used in molecular level surface study and is a very good reference book for data and concepts related to surface and interface properties. The book describes the concept of surface chemistry and explains the interfaces that occur in everyday life. The book also explains about nanomaterial and polymer interfaces. The book also explains many concepts that surround surface properties like structure, thermodynamics, electrical properties and surface chemical bounds.
|2. “The Role of Diffusion in Catalysis” by Satterfield C. N. and Sherwood T.K|
|3. “The Microkinetics of Heterogeneous Catalysis” by Dumesic J. A., Rudd D. F., and Aparicio L. M|
|4. “Chemical Kinetics and Catalysis” by Masel R. I
Book Review: This is a very useful guide to chemical kinetics and catalysis and stresses on computational tool usage that is needed for studying chemical kinetics and catalytic phenomena. The book contains updated information on chemical kinetics along with computational methods for data fitting to appropriate rate equations. The book also illustrates how computational tools are applied to predict behavior of diverse and complex phenomena that includes biological systems, semiconductor growth and corrosion. The book also presents basic concepts with numerous solved problems and computer programs.
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