Best Books – Catalyst Design and Catalysis

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Catalyst Design and Catalysis subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Catalyst Design and Catalysis along with reviews.

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1. “Catalyst Design: Optimal Distribution of Catalyst in Pellets, Reactors, and Membranes (Cambridge Series in Chemical Engineering)” by Massimo Morbidelli and Asterios Gavriilidis

“Catalyst Design: Optimal Distribution of Catalyst in Pellets, Reactors, and Membranes (Cambridge Series in Chemical Engineering)” Book Review: This book is written for graduate students, researchers, and practicing engineers and chemists. This book explains how catalytic material should be distributed inside a porous support to obtain optimal performance. It also contains physicochemical and operating parameters that are analyzed to understand the underlying phenomena governing the performance of optimally designed catalysts. The book has both theory and experiments in equal proportion. Problems of commercial importance are addressed in this book. The book thoroughly explains the design, preparation, and utilization of supported catalysts.

2. “Porous Organic Frameworks: Design, Synthesis and their Advanced Applications (SpringerBriefs in Molecular Science)” by Guangshan Zhu and Hao Ren

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“Porous Organic Frameworks: Design, Synthesis and their Advanced Applications (SpringerBriefs in Molecular Science)” Book Review: This book is written for people who are interested in porous materials and their applications. This book elaborately describes the design, synthesis, characterization and applications of porous organic frameworks (POFs). Utilization of porous materials for CO2 capture and CH4 and H2 storage is emphasised in this book. Two chapters introducing the properties of POFs and defining the principles of synthesis is included in this book. A chapter dealing with post-modified POFs is also included in this book.

3. “Catalyst Design: Progress and Perspectives” by Rutherford Aris and Alexis T Bell

“Catalyst Design: Progress and Perspectives” Book Review: This book is written for people who are interested in Catalyst Designing and chemists. This book contains effective catalyst design techniques and examines the designs from various points of view. Topics like the effects of surface morphology and surface composition on catalyst performance are covered in detail. Potential applications and suggestions for improvements in catalyst designing is also mentioned. Challenges involved in commercial application of catalyst design via anchoring organometallic complexes to solid surfaces is included. Other topics like the utilization of support metal systems in catalyst design, mathematical modeling of catalytic systems and their use in designing porous catalysts are also discussed.

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4. “Combinatorial Catalysis and High Throughput Catalyst Design and Testing” by E G Derouane and Francisco Lemos

“Combinatorial Catalysis and High Throughput Catalyst Design and Testing” Book Review: This book is written for professionals working in catalytic process analysis and development. It is also useful to postgraduate students pursuing studies in catalysis. This book contains information about the current status of combinatorial catalysis and scientific catalyst design techniques. It also contains methods for preparing inorganic combinatorial libraries along with experimental design methods, data processing, system modelling and simulation, and catalyst testing. This book contains contributions from individuals identifying the main challenges in the field. Information about the development of high throughput catalyst design and test methods are included in this book. It also includes topics like new catalyst preparation techniques, rapid performance evaluation, and new microreactor configurations.

5. “Catalyst Separation, Recovery and Recycling: Chemistry and Process Design (Catalysis by Metal Complexes)” by David J Cole-Hamilton and Robert P Tooze

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“Catalyst Separation, Recovery and Recycling: Chemistry and Process Design (Catalysis by Metal Complexes)” Book Review: This book is written for professionals working in catalytic process analysis and development. It is also useful to postgraduate students pursuing studies in catalysis. This book addresses a new way of tackling the problem of separating reaction products from homogeneous catalytic solutions. This book also looks at the process design that would be required to bring the new approaches to fruition. Topics like catalysts on insoluble or soluble supports – fixed bed catalysts, continuous flow or ultrafiltration, new processes for the separation of products from solutions containing homogeneous catalysts are also included in this book. The advantages and disadvantages of each process is also explained in this book. Comparisons of the new processes with existing processes are given along with examples.

6. “Computer-Aided Design of Catalysts” by Robert Becker

“Computer-Aided Design of Catalysts” Book Review: This book is written for professionals working in catalytic process analysis and development. It is also useful to postgraduate students pursuing studies in catalysis. This book provides a detailed explanation and update on the recent developments in the field of computer-aided designing of catalysis. It also provides information on the modeling of catalysis which is important in a variety of industrial applications. Some key hurdles faced in the designing of catalysts are also addressed.

7. “Application of Chemical Vapour Deposition in Catalyst Design: Development of High Surface Area Silicon Carbide As Catalyst Support” by Robert Moene
8. “Heterogeneous Catalysts for Clean Technology: Spectroscopy, Design, and Monitoring” by Karen Wilson and Adam F Lee

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“Heterogeneous Catalysts for Clean Technology: Spectroscopy, Design, and Monitoring” Book Review: This book is written for people working in the catalysis industry and people interested in the process of catalysis for clean technology. This book contains topics that lay emphasis on clean technology and heterogeneous catalysis. Explanations about the use of modern spectroscopic techniques in designing catalysis for using in liquid phase reactions is included in this book. It also includes catalysis applications in industries like selective oxidation, hydrogenation, solid acid- and base-catalyzed processes. It also explains process intensification and the use of renewable resources in improving the sustainability of chemical processes.

9. “Heterogeneous Catalysts: Design, Applications and Research Insights (Chemistry Research and Applications)” by Kurt Jensen

“Heterogeneous Catalysts: Design, Applications and Research Insights (Chemistry Research and Applications)” Book Review: This book is written for people working in the catalysis industry and people interested in the process of catalysis. Chapter one explains the process of assembling nano catalytic structures by following the molecular layer epitaxy method. Chapter two explains about the different solid acids used for biodiesel synthesis. Chapter three talks about the process optimization of refined palm oil biodiesel production using calcium methoxide obtained from quick lime as a heterogeneous catalyst. Chapter four elaborately explains the cyclization of pseudoionone over USY zeolites.

10. “Polymeric Chiral Catalyst Design and Chiral Polymer Synthesis” by Shinichi Itsuno

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“Polymeric Chiral Catalyst Design and Chiral Polymer Synthesis” Book Review: This book is written for people working in the catalysis industry and people interested in the process of catalysis. This book contains information about chiral polymers synthesis along with its application to asymmetric catalysis. It explains about the designing and usage of polymer-immobilized catalysts along with different methods for their design and synthesis. Topics like cover peptide-catalyzed and enantioselective synthesis, optically-active polymers, and continuous flow processes are covered in this book. This book includes explanations from leading researchers explaining applications in academic and industry R & D along with recent advances in an important field of polymer and organic chemistry.

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