The Reactions of Osmium(VIII) in Hydroxide
... The hydride transfer reaction mechanism – from the associative reaction of the
primary alcohol molecule with the osmium(VIII) centre, leading to the formation of
the osmate ion and the aldehyde.
Preparation of highly visible-light active N
... Table 1 lists the crystal size of N-doped TiO2 with different
starting N:TiO2 molar ratio, which were calculated by Scherrer
equation. It is well known that particle sizes play a vital role in
photocatalytic activity since smaller crystals offer greater surface
area to volume ratios and thus induce ...
Corrosion studies of LiH thin films
... 640 K in the LiH TPD indicates that there is no free Li metal and that
the ﬁlm has fully hydrided. As a result of these observations we
conclude that we have successfully synthesised a thin ﬁlm of high
purity LiH, in agreement with the assertion that the single Li KLL
emission at 44.8 eV originates ...
Reduction of CuO and Cu2O with H2: H Embedding
... were collected in the temperature range 150-300 °C at the beamline
X7B (λ ) 0.9034 Å) of the National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS)
in Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) using a MAR345 area
detector. The XRD diffraction data with a high-order wave vector Q
(≈11.5 Å-1) were obtained at the beamli ...
PFC ,RR-86-1 The Kinetics Of Liquid Lithium Reaction With Oxygen
... trical and thermal energy, liquid lithium has been found to be one of the preferred
materials as a tritium breeder and primary coolant. Its low melting point, high
boiling point, low vapor pressure, low density, high heat capacity, high thermal conductivity, good solubility of tritium, and low visco ...
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Full Article PDF - Advanced Materials Letters
... in Fig. 1. The synthesized product was received asproduced nanomaterials which are crystalline
with clean surfaces, and favorable for further investigations of their intrinsic properties and
surface functionalization. Consequently, the reaction mechanism relating to formation of simple
ZnO oxides i ...
813. - Materials and Process Simulation Center
... We report reactive dynamics (RD) studies on: the decomposition of bulk hydrazine (N2H4); the decomposition
of bulk monomethyl-hydrazine (CH3N2H3), hereafter referred to simply as methyl-hydrazine; the decomposition
of hydrazine in the presence of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2); and decomposition hydrazine ...
... above 105 °C. The gaseous ozone is characterized by different times of half-life, depending on the temperature
The ozone structure is resonance stabilized, which is
one of the reasons for its resistance against decomposition
at low temperatures (Figure 2).
In most reactions with inorganic ...
Spillover in Heterogeneous Catalysis - ACS Publications
... on either high surface area oxides or carbon, and
many catalytic reactions involve hydrogen. Moreover, hydrogen spillover is the fastest spillover process, and Hz adsorption is the most common method
to measure the surface area of supported metal
catalysts. If significant H spillover takes place
Molecular structure and reactivity of the Group V metal oxides
... melting points of bulk, crystalline metal oxides have a
very important effect on the surface mobility of metal
oxides since at the Tammann temperature, TTam =
Tmp /2, the surface atoms begin to diffuse . The
Tammann temperatures for the Group V metal oxides are 209 ◦ C for V2 O5 , 620 ◦ C for Nb ...
Determination of Equilibrium Constants for the
... of the in-plane ring HBMC, but state that it does not connect to
the transition state that leads to 2-HIPP. It is not clear that this
connectivity issue makes a signiﬁcant impact, since at the internal
energies needed to surmount the TS barrier in their work, the
two isomers are likely to interconve ...
m - DepositOnce
... which the surface of the VOx catalyst reacts with propane to form propene and water. This
process follows a redox cycle known as Mars-van-Krevelen mechanism  (see Figure 1-1). In
this mechanism donation of oxygen from VOx plays an important role. In the reduction cycle
lattice oxygen accepts hydr ...
Monte Carlo Calculations for Alcohols and Their Mixtures with
... fields.25-28 Saturated alkanes were the main focus in the first
three papers in this series, and a computational efficient unitedatom force field (TraPPE-UA) was developed for linear and
branched alkanes.25,26 In addition, united-atom parameters were
determined for alkenes and alkylbenzenes.28 The p ...
Chapter 6 Chemical Reactions
... should speed up as temperature increases. (As we will find in Section 11.6, this is a relatively
minor effect compared to the activation energy effect, but even reactions with zero activation
energy go faster at higher temperature because of the faster motion.)
To test whether a substa ...
Hydrogen dissociation under equilibrium and non
... proved in 1985 that by adding three particle interaction to the commonly used
two particle interaction potential, they were able to properly describe a chemical
reaction [1–3]. Around the same time, several other many body potentials sprung
out [4, 5].
A detailed analysis of the equilibrium properti ...
The first time a catalyst was used in the industry was in 1746 by J. Roebuck in the manufacture of lead chamber sulfuric acid. Since then catalysts have been in use in a large portion of the chemical industry. In the start only pure components were used as catalysts, but after the year 1900 multicomponent catalysts were studied and are now commonly used in the industry today.In the chemical industry and industrial research, catalysis play an important role. Different catalysts are in constant development to fulfill economic, political and environmental demands. When using a catalyst it is possible to replace a polluting chemical reaction with a more environmentally friendly alternative. Today, and in the future, this can be vital for the chemical industry. In addition it’s important for a company/researcher to pay attention to market development. If a company’s catalyst is not continually improved, another company can make progress in research on that particular catalyst and gain market share. For a company, a new and improved catalyst can be a huge advantage for a competitive manufacturing cost. It’s extremely expensive for a company to shut down the plant because of an error in the catalyst, so the correct selection of a catalyst or a new improvement can be key to industrial success. To achieve the best understanding and development of a catalyst it is important that different special fields work together. These fields can be: organic chemistry, analytic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, chemical engineers and surface chemistry. The economics must also be taken into account. One of the issues that must be considered is if the company should use money on doing the catalyst research themselves or buy the technology from someone else. As the analytical tools are becoming more advanced, the catalysts used in the industry are improving. One example of an improvement can be to develop a catalyst with a longer lifetime than the previous version. Some of the advantages an improved catalyst gives, that affects people’s lives, are: cheaper and more effective fuel, new drugs and medications and new polymers. Some of the large chemical processes that use catalysis today are the production of methanol and ammonia. Both methanol and ammonia synthesis take advantage of the water-gas shift reaction and heterogeneous catalysis, while other chemical industries use homogenous catalysis. If the catalyst exists in the same phase as the reactants it is said to be homogenous; otherwise it is heterogeneous.