Washington, D.C. : American Chemical Society ; [New York] : Distributed by Oxford University Press, c2000.
Book — xii, 410 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
When chemical reagents are combined some of the reagents remain unmixed when the reaction is complete. Catalysts can reduce the amount of unmixed reagents, making the reaction more efficient, and the shape of the catalyst can be an important consideration. This volume surveys the field and collects new research on both experimental and theoretical aspects of shape-selective catalysis and catalytic materials. (source: Nielsen Book Data)