Fundamentals of Oxide Catalysis

Holles, J. H., Michigan Tech University
LaMarca, C., DuPont Engineering Technology

The purpose of this session is to bring together researchers with different areas of expertise to discuss the fundamental aspects of oxide catalysis. These areas include single crystals, model catalysts, actual catalysts, computational studies, synthesis, and characterization. In general, the work should seek to better understand the nature of active sites, reactive intermediates, the surface reaction mechanism, rate determining steps, and reaction kinetics. This fundamental information will advance the understanding of oxide catalysts and assist in future engineering of improved catalysts for current and future applications.



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