Article - 27 Mar 2018
Organic waste, through biomass conversion, can be used for the synthesis of various chemicals and for energy production.
Article - 28 Apr 2015
Conversion of methanol involves oxidation, condensation and dehydration reactions. These reactions provide an appropriate way to study both acidic and redox properties of a catalyst.
Article - 19 Dec 2007
In the present work the influence of the preparation method and the cobalt loading on the physicochemical properties and the catalytic activity of the cobalt/aluminosilicate catalysts for the...
Article - 14 Mar 2006
This article demonstrates that it is possible to overcome the problem of low activity of grafted zirconocene catalysts by the previous chemical modification of the silica surface with SnCl4.
News - 1 Jul 2004
Carbon Nanotechnologies, Inc (CNI) announced today the issue of a key production process patent for growing single-wall carbon nanotubes on supported catalyst. This patent (U.S. 6,692,717) provides...
This volume continues the tradition formed in Nanotechnology in Catalysis 1 and 2. As with those books, this one is based upon an ACS symposium. Some of the most illustrious names in heterogeneous...
Article - 12 Dec 2007
Preferential oxidation (PROX) of CO in H2-rich gas has attracted new interest due to its application in fuel cells like polymer electrolyte fuel cells (PEFC). This work examines photocatalytic...
News - 17 May 2018
In chemistry, atoms can typically only influence their immediate vicinity. At TU Vienna, a novel effect with surprising long-range action has been revealed, which can make automotive catalytic...
Article - 29 Mar 2006
Development of new clean technologies in accordance with increasingly demanding environmental legislation requires new catalysts, adsorbents or catalyst supports; in this sense, clays are promising...
Article - 7 Nov 2009
Fuel cells are currently accepted as a dependable source of power for military and space applications. They are being optimized for a wide range of applications, including vehicles.