Catalysis By Metal Complexes And Nanomaterials

Author: Meng Zhou (Chemistry professor)
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ISBN: 9780841234376
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"Catalysis is truly an interdisciplinary field to which chemists, biologists, physicists, and engineers have made seminal contributions. This book aims to address the notably diverse topic of transition-metal catalysis in a single volume. The first half of the book is dedicated to the discrete and atomically precise metal complexes for homogeneous catalysis. Bimetallic, organometallic, and coordination complexes of early, late, and post-transition metals are described. Catalytic hydrogenation, oxidation, and coupling reactions are presented. The second half of the book focuses on three distinct types of nanomaterials: (1) zero- valent metallic nanoparticles, (2) titanium dioxide semiconductors, and (3) the porous coordination polymer known as the metal-organic framework. The chapters illustrate how deeply catalysis is influenced by other disciplines (e.g., coordination chemistry, bioinorganic chemistry, organometallic chemistry, computational chemistry, organic synthesis, photochemistry, materials science, environmental chemistry, green chemistry, and renewable energy). Advancements in these areas fuel the rapid growth of catalysis science. This book allows readers to reach a high-level of understanding in catalysis by learning from the perspectives of active practitioners. Unlike a textbook that provides a systematic, comprehensive, and historical education on the general topics of catalysis, this book offers critical case studies on select topics. Substantial emphasis is placed on the structural and fundamental properties that dictate catalyst performance, enabling readers to quickly understand and apply knowledge from cutting-edge studies and applications detailed within. This book can be utilized as a handbook, a textbook or textbook supplement, or a reference to guide future work"--

Advanced Nanomaterials For Electrochemical Based Energy Conversion And Storage

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Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 0128145587
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Advanced Nanomaterials for Electrochemical-Based Energy Conversion and Storage covers recent progress made in the rational design and engineering of functional nanomaterials for battery and supercapacitor applications in the forms of electrode materials, separators and electrolytes. The book includes detailed discussions of preparation methods, structural characterization, and manipulation techniques. Users will find a comprehensive illustration on the close correlation between material structures and properties, such as energy density, power density, cycle number and safety. Provides an overview on the application of nanomaterials for energy storage and power systems Includes a description of the fundamental aspects of the electrochemical process Explores the new aspects of electrolyte and separator systems

Chiral Nanomaterials

Author: Zhiyong Tang
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527337571
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Thorough and up-to-date, this book presents recent developments in this exciting research field. To begin with, the text covers the fabrication of chiral nanomaterials via various synthesis methods, including electron beam lithography, ion beam etching, chemical synthesis and biological DNA directed assembly. This is followed by the relevant theory and reaction mechanisms, with a discussion of the characterization of chiral nanomaterials according to the optical properties of metal nanoparticles, semiconductor nanocrystals, and nanoclusters. The whole is rounded off by a summary of applications in the field of catalysis, sensors, and biomedicine. With its comprehensive yet concise coverage of the whole spectrum of research, this is invaluable reading for senior researchers and entrants to the field of nanoscience and materials science.

Nanomaterials For Fuel Cell Catalysis

Author: Kenneth I. Ozoemena
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319299301
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Global experts provide an authoritative source of information on the use of electrochemical fuel cells, and in particular discuss the use of nanomaterials to enhance the performance of existing energy systems. The book covers the state of the art in the design, preparation, and engineering of nanoscale functional materials as effective catalysts for fuel cell chemistry, highlights recent progress in electrocatalysis at both fuel cell anode and cathode, and details perspectives and challenges in future research.

Nanomaterials Preparation By Thermolysis Of Metal Chelates

Author: Igor E. Uflyand
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319934058
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The book focuses on the thermal transformations of various types of metal chelates, e.g. low molecular weight and polymeric metal chelates, coordination polymers and metal-organic frameworks. It analyzes the major advances and the problems in the preparation of metal oxide materials, mixed-oxide nanocomposites, carbon materials and polymer derived non-oxide nanocomposites by the thermolysis of different metal chelates. It also highlights the influence of the spatial and electronic structure of metal chelates on the mechanism and kinetics of their thermal transformations, and discusses important issues like conjugate thermolysis and computer modelling of the thermolysis process. This book is useful for researchers experienced in thermolysis as well as for young scientists interested in this area of science.

Russian Journal Of Physical Chemistry

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Nanomaterials For Co2 Capture Storage Conversion And Utilization

Author: Phuong Nguyen Tri
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 0128230843
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The gradual increase of population and the consequential rise in the energy demands in recent years have led to the widespread use of fossil fuels. CO2 transformation by various processes is considered as a promising alternative technology. This book sets out the fundaments of how nanomaterials are being used for this purpose. Nanomaterials for CO2 Capture, Storage, Conversion and Utilization summarizes the research, development and innovations in the capture, storage, transformation and utilization of CO2 into useful products and raw chemicals for industry. This is achieved by using advanced processes such as CO2 reforming, bi-reforming and tri-reforming of hydrocarbons or biomass derivatives; homogeneous and heterogeneous hydrogenation; photochemical reduction; photoelectrochemical reduction; electrochemical reduction; biochemical reduction; supercritical CO2 technology; advanced catalyst synthesis for CO2 conversion; organic carbonates for polymers synthesis from CO2, and CO2 capture and sequestration. The systematic and updated reviews on the mentioned sectors, especially on the use of nanotechnology for the transformation of CO2 is scarce in the literature. Thus, the book addresses the recent knowledge gaps and potential solutions of the storage, utilization and transformation of CO2 as well as its promising applications. This is an important reference source for materials scientists, engineers and energy scientists who want to understand how nanotechnology is helping us to solve some of the world’s major energy problems. Shows how nanomaterials are being used to create more efficient CO2 capture, storage and conversation systems Outlines the major nanomaterials-based techniques to create such systems Assesses the major challenges in using nanomaterials for energy capture, storage and conversion

Metal Clusters In Chemistry

Author: Luis A. Oro
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Metal Complexes And Metals In Macromolecules

Author: Dieter Wöhrle
Editor: Wiley-VCH
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Metals and metal complexes can form compounds with organic macromolecules that show amazing properties. As is so often the case, nature leads by example. Synthetically produced model compounds, such as phthalocyanines, porphyrines or metalloproteins, as well as metallorganic polymers have aroused much interest in materials science. Their special magnetic, electrochemical and photochemical properties open up new perspectives in microelectronics and sensors. This compact manual is aimed at all organic, inorganic, polymer and physical chemists as well as materials scientists looking for competent and detailed information on the current state of this interdisciplinary area of research. It covers all questions relating to the targeted design of metallic macromolecules, from proven synthesis methods right up to the latest strategies. It also treats major progress in the determination of their structures, the physical-chemical properties of promising compounds and their potential in microelectronics and sensors. Furthermore, the most important methods of synthesis and investigation are presented in detail in an experimental section, while a comprehensive collection of pertinent original literature round s off this unique reference on all matters relating to macromolecular metal complexes.

Cw And Pulsed Epr Studies Of Manganese Containing Complexes And Nanomaterials

Author: Gregory Joseph Yeagle
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Gold Bulletin

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Annual Report Of Catalysis Research Center Hokkaido University

Author: Hokkaidō Daigaku. Shokubai Kagaku Kenkyū Sentā
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Book Of Abstracts

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Chemistry Of Advanced Materials

Author: Collectif
Editor: Wiley-VCH
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This is to be initial, 'overview' volume of a series on the "Chemistry of Advanced Materials". This series of volumes is intented to complement VCH's existing series on "Materials Science and Technology" and, in particular, to highlight the role of chemistry in the preparation and processing of advanced materials. The introductory volume in the series is intented to "set the stage" for the succeeding volumes and to introduce the subject of materials chemistry to a general audience of scientifically literate nonspecialists. Subjects covered in this intitial volume will eventually be the subject of one or more individual volumes in the series. This series is directed to a broad audience of chemists and materials scientists. This volume, in particular, should be appropriate for a general scientific audience and be of interest, as well as comprehensible, even to undergraduate students in chemistry and materials science.

Annual Report Of The Faculty Of Engineering Kyushu University

Author: Kyūshū Daigaku. Kōgaku Kenkyūin
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Hydrogen Storage In Carbon Nanomaterials

Author: Angela D. Lueking
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Russian Chemical Reviews

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Nanoparticles In Catalysis

Author: Karine Philippot
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527346074
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Discover an essential overview of recent advances and trends in nanoparticle catalysis Catalysis in the presence of metal nanoparticles is an important and rapidly developing research field at the frontier of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis. In Nanoparticles in Catalysis, accomplished chemists and authors Karine Philippot and Alain Roucoux deliver a comprehensive guide to the key aspects of nanoparticle catalysis, ranging from synthesis, activation methodology, characterization, and theoretical modeling, to application in important catalytic reactions, like hydrogen production and biomass conversion. The book offers readers a review of modern and efficient tools for the synthesis of nanoparticles in solution or onto supports. It emphasizes the application of metal nanoparticles in important catalytic reactions and includes chapters on activation methodology and supported nanoclusters. Written by an international team of leading voices in the field, Nanoparticles in Catalysis is an indispensable resource for researchers and professionals in academia and industry alike. Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of: A thorough introduction to New Trends in the Design of Metal Nanoparticles and Derived Nanomaterials for Catalysis An exploration of Dynamic Catalysis and the Interface Between Molecular and Heterogeneous Catalysts A practical discussion of Metal Nanoparticles in Water: A Relevant Toolbox for Green Catalysis A concise treatment of the opportunities and challenges of CO2 Hydrogenation to Oxygenated Chemicals Over Supported Nanoparticle Catalysts Perfect for catalytic, organic, inorganic, and physical chemists, Nanoparticles in Catalysis will also earn a place in the libraries of chemists working with organometallics and materials scientists seeking a one-stop resource with expert knowledge on the synthesis and characterization of nanoparticle catalysis.

Studies Of Some Novel Coordination Compounds And Their Application In Nanoparticle Synthesis

Author: Nidhi Rai
Editor: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3668654646
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Scientific Study from the year 2018 in the subject Chemistry - Anorganic Chemistry, grade: 10, , language: English, abstract: Nanoscience is the study of phenomena exhibited by materials at atomic, molecular and macromolecular levels, of dimensions ranging from a few nanometres to less than a hundred nanometres. In chemistry, this size range has been associated with colloids, micelles, polymer molecules and similar structures. In physical and electrical engineering, nanoscience is often associated with quantum behaviour, and electron behaviour in nanoscale structures. The area of research in the field of nanotechnology is as diverse as physics, chemistry, material science, microbiology, biochemistry and also molecular biology. The interface of nanotechnology in combination with biotechnology and biomedical engineering has emerged with the use of nanoscale structures in diagnosis, gene sequencing, and drug delivery. Nanoparticles have attracted great interest in recent years because of their unique chemical and physical properties, which are different from those of either the bulk materials or single atoms. Nanostructure materials have potential applications in ceramics, optoelectronics and catalysis. Research on the synthesis of nanomaterials using metal complexes as precursors have been less reported. Application of metal complexes as precursors may be helpful to control the physical properties of metal nanoparticles. In the last few years, researchers have characterized the tunable properties by altering the nanostructure size, shape, and chemical composition and have developed reproducible strategies to make nanostructures of desired properties. It has been already proved that by controlling the size of the particle and manipulating surface structures of the semiconductor materials, the electronic, magnetic, mechanical, and chemical properties can be modified to suit a wide range of device application in many fields. The present book deals with the synthesis of Schiff base complexes of Cd(II), Zn(II) and Hg(II) with different sulphur containing ligand and preparation of metal sulphide nanoparticle by the thermal decomposition of complex precursor. During this academic journey four new sulphur containing ligands and their thirty complexes were synthesized. These ligands and complexes were characterized by spectroscopic methods like UV-Vis, FT-IR, 1H-NMR, 13C-NMR, 2D-NMR, FAB-MS / ESI-Ms spectra.

Annual Review

Author: Bunshi Kagaku Kenkyūjo
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