Kinetics and catalysis

Chemical kinetics is vital for understanding a number of processes, for example how food is metabolized, how pharmaceuticals play a beautiful role in the biological system, and how pollutants which are produced by gasoline combustion are converted for release into the atmosphere. Chemical Kinetics and Catalysis meets this challenge and provides an appropriate text for the next generation of scientists in this field.  The molecular addition of hydrogen molecule to ethylene is a prototype of symmetry forbidden reaction. Moreover, recent theoretical calculations have shown that the barrier for a reduced symmetry path is not very high, thus in this process catalysis for the reaction is very much 

  • Mechanisms for prototypical catalytic processes
  • Bonding of adsorbates on surfaces
  • Deterministic kinetics
  • Ab initio thermodynamics
  • Towards computational catalyst design
  • Computational Catalysis

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