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Activation, deactivation, and poisoning of catalysts

by John B. Butt

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Published by Academic Press in San Diego .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catalyst poisoning.,
  • Catalysts.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementJohn B. Butt, Eugene E. Petersen.
    ContributionsPetersen, Eugene E., 1924-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP156.C35 B84 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 495 p. :
    Number of Pages495
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2386627M
    ISBN 100121476952
    LC Control Number87015636

    , John Butt, Activation, Deactivation, and Poisoning of Catalysts, page However, in the first case (deactivation energy. Study of Catalyst Deactivation in Three Different Industrial Processes. The-sis for the degree of Doctor of Technology, Växjö University, Sweden Series editors: Tommy Book and Kerstin Brodén ISSN: ISBN: Printed by: Intellecta Docusys, Göteborg

      Haldor Topsoe, A/S, Nymollevej, 55, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark, Corresponding author. Search for more papers by this author. Interests: heterogeneous catalysts in liquid phase, aiming on both minimization of concentration gradient in porous catalyst particles, as well as on developing new experimental techniques for studying the catalyst surface in contact with liquid reactant mixtures and solutions. activation of stable molecules, including selective oxidation.

    Book Chapters Further Reading 6 Poisoning, Promotion, Deactivation and Selectivity of Catalysts Background Catalyst Deactivation Some Modern Theories of Poisoning and Promotion Problems References Further Reading General Studies of Model Surfaces Theory of Poisoning and. Introduction: Mitigating catalyst deactivation is a crucial issue facing the development of catalysts and processes for many globally important challenges and a strategically important area of academic and industrial catalyst development.


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Show less Activation, Deactivation, and Poisoning of Catalysts deals with the circumstances and mechanisms. Activation, Deactivation, and Poisoning of Catalysts deals with the circumstances and mechanisms underlying catalyst activation, deactivation, and poisoning.

The emphasis is on the techniques for handling deactivating systems, not on results per se. Deactivation by fouling and. Activation, deactivation, and poisoning of catalysts. San Diego: Academic Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: John B Butt; Eugene E Petersen.

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It focuses on the chemically induced effects associated with bonded surface species that cause catalyst activity decline -- and in some cases a change in catalyst specificity. In addition, this volume examines poisoning of dispersed metal catalysts the thermodynamics of sulfur 5/5(1).

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Butt, John B., Activation, deactivation, and poisoning of catalysts. San Diego: Academic Press, © Marafi, Furimsky, in Handbook of Spent Hydroprocessing Catalysts, For atmospheric distillates, the catalyst deactivation is dominated by the poisoning involving N-compounds and coke deposition.

The N-bases, which are always present in every petroleum feed, contribute to the catalyst deactivation by preferentially adsorbing on active sites and as such slow down the. Catalyst poisoning refers to the partial or total deactivation of a catalyst by a chemical compound.

An important historic example was the poisoning of catalytic converters by leaded ing refers specifically to chemical deactivation, rather than other mechanism of catalyst degradation such as thermal decomposition or physical damage. Although usually undesirable, poisoning may be.

Activation, deactivation, and poisoning of catalysts by John B. Butt and Eugene E. Petersen, Academic Press Inc., San Diego,pp., $Author: Dady B. Dadyburjor. An overview of deactivation mechanisms, their causes and consequences, as well as of methods and techniques of investigation of deactivation is presented.

There are three fundamental reasons for catalyst deactivation, i.e. poisoning, coking or fouling and ageing. Poisoning can be reversible or irreversible, and with geometric or electronic effect.

Catalyst deactivation is known to result from poisoning, sintering, coking or fouling, and the nature and effect of these has been discussed. One important factor remains to be examined — the. Catalyst Deactivation In designing fixed and ideal fluidized-bed catalytic reactors, we have assumed up to now that the activity of the catalyst remains constant throughout the cat-alyst’s life.

That is, the total concentration of active sites, C t, accessible to the reaction does not change with time. Unfortunately, Mother Nature is. Activation, Deactivation, and Poisoning of Catalysts J.B. Butt and E.E. Petersen Academic Press, Inc.

San Diego, USA, Deactivation and Testing of Hydrocarbon-Processing Catalysts ACS Symposium Series Edited by P. O'Connor, T. Takatsuka, and G.L. Woolery, Catalyst Deactivation 8th International Symposium on Catalyst Deactivation.

Mechanism of Catalyst Deactivation Article in Applied Catalysis A General () April with 5, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Calvin Bartholomew. Carbonaceous deposits are not the only method of catalyst deactivation, nor are they our only interest in deactivation.

We also have a strong interest in poisoning of catalysts. In many cases sulphur is the cause of deactivation from poisoning and we have studied the adsorption of sulphur containing compounds and their effect on various.

Catalyst deactivation and regeneration 1. SONAM V. SANCHETI M. Tech. Green Technology 14GRT 29/11/ 2. Catalyst: “A catalyst is a substance that changes the rate of chemical reaction without itself appearing in the products.” Helps to attain equilibrium by reducing PE barrier in the reaction path.

Activation, deactivation and poisoning of catalysts Book Butt, J.B. ; Peterson, E.E. The reviewer found this book to be an excellent addition to the bookshelf of industrial practitioners of catalysis in addition to members of the academic community with an interest in catalysis.

Purchase Catalyst DeactivationVolume 68 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1.Regeneration and deactivation behaviors of Co-Zn/H-Beta catalysts were investigated in NO x reduction with C 3 H 8. Co-Zn/H-Beta exhibited a good water resistance in the presence of 10 vol.% H 2 O.

However, there was a significant drop off in N 2 yield in the presence of SO 2.Abstract. According to the current definition, a catalyst is supposed to “increase the rate of a chemical reaction without itself being consumed in the process” [1]; however, there are several factors which contribute to a more or less rapid loss of its activity.