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xix, 875 pages ; 24 cm
  • History of Catalysis-- Feedstocks and Renewable Resources-- Current Challenges in Catalysis-- Organometallic Chemistry and Elementary Steps-- Nanoscience-- An Introduction to Biocatalysis-- Thermodynamics and Kinetics-- Heterogeneous Catalysis-- Homogenous Catalysis-- Organocatalysis-- Biocatalysis-- Computational Catalysis-- Introduction to Electrocatalysis-- Photocatalysis-- Solid Materials for Heterogeneous Catalysis-- Transition Metal Complexes and Ligand Synthesis-- Organocatalysts-- Enzymes for Biocatalysis: Key Concepts, Engineering Principles and Case Studies-- Advanced Solution Spectroscopic Techniques-- X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy-- Bulk X-Ray Techniques-- Adsorption Methods-- Temperature Programmed Techniques-- Operando Techniques-- Reaction and Reactor Engineering-- Catalyst Separation-- Process Intensification in Catalysis-- Transition Metal Catalysed Methanol Carbonylation-- Environmental Analyses and Life Cycle Assessment Studies--.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781849739900 20170621
Encompassing an integrated approach to the various aspects of catalysis, covering heterogeneous, homogeneous, organo-, bio-, and computational catalysis, as well as reaction and reactor engineering on an advanced level, this textbook is ideal for graduate students with diverse backgrounds, including catalysis, engineering, and organic synthesis. The basic principles of the various fields of catalysis are introduced in a concise way, preparing the reader for the more advanced chapters. Organometallic chemistry, surface science, biochemistry, nanoscience, transport phenomena and kinetics, reactor and reaction engineering are presented, spanning from the underlying science to industrial applications. Several important case studies on industrial applications are given. It includes catalyst preparation and characterisation and explores recent developments in the understanding of catalytic mechanisms, exploring advanced techniques such as operando spectroscopy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781849739900 20170621
Science Library (Li and Ma)
1 online resource.
  • Preface; Contents; 1 Endohedral Functionalization of Molecular Cavities for Catalysis in Confined Spaces; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Metallic Catalysis in Confined Spaces; 3 Organocatalysis in Confined Spaces; References; 2 Self-Assembled Coordination Cages and Organic Capsules as Catalytic Supramolecular Reaction Vessels; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Self-Assembled Coordination Cages and Organic Capsules; 3 Thermodycamics and Kinetics in Host-Guest Catalysis; 3.1 Host-Guest Catalysis Compared to Enzyme Catalysis; 3.2 New Selectivity Due to Confinement
  • 4 Host-Guest Catalysis in Self-Assembled Coordination Cages and Organic Capsules4.1 Catalytic Hydrolysis by Self-Assembled Coordination Cages and Organic Capsules; 4.2 Pre-Organization and Enzyme-Like Deprotonation of Encapsulated Substrates; 4.3 Host-Guest Catalysis Involving Stabilization of Cationic Transition States in Unimolecular Rearrangement and Cyclization Reactions; 4.4 Bimolecular Reactions Involving Nucleophilic Attack on Capsule-Stabilized Cationic Transition States and Intermediates; 4.5 Bimolecular Reactions Catalyzed by Coordination Cages and Organic Capsules
  • 5 Encapsulated Metal Complexes6 Orthogonal Tandem Catalytic Reactions Using Self-assembled Coordination Cages; References; 3 Artificial Metalloenzymes; Abstract; 1 Introduction: The Choice of an Appropriate Scaffold for the Creation of Artificial Metalloenzymes; 2 Hemoproteins P450 and Myoglobin; 3 Large Spherical Scaffolds; 3.1 Ferritin; 3.2 POP, Prolylpeptidase; 3.3 MjHSP; 4 Human Carbonic Anhydrase; 5 Streptavidin; 6 Albumins; 7 Papain; 8 Chymotrypsin; 9 Lipases; 10 Channels/Pores; 10.1 tHisF; 10.2 FhuA; 10.3 lmrR; 10.4 SCP-2L; 11 Antibodies; 12 Lactoglobulin; 13 Xylanase; 14 Phytase
  • 15 Nitrobindin16 Ribonuclease S; 17 Additional Scaffolds; 18 Summary of Reactions; 19 Perspectives; References; 4 Metal Complexes and Imprinted Polymers for Shape-Selective Catalysis; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 The Molecular Imprinting Technology; 3 Surface Imprinting: An Interesting New Approach; 4 Surface Imprinted Polymers Containing Metals; 5 Molecular Imprinted Polymers as Nanoreactors; 6 Molecular Imprinted Polymers as Photocatalysts; 6.1 Inorganic MIPs Applied in Photocatalysis; 6.2 Organic MIPs Applied in Photocatalysis; 7 Conclusions; References
  • 5 Catalysis Inside Folded Single Macromolecules in WaterAbstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Folding of a Single Polymer Chain into a Dycamic Nanoparticle; 3 Single-Chain Polymeric Nanoparticles as Compartmentalised Catalysts; 3.1 Catalysis in Organic Media; 3.2 Catalysis in Water; 4 Conclusions and Outlook; References; 6 Microgel Star Polymer Catalysts as Active and Functional Nanoreactors for Organic Reactions and Polymerizations; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Microgel Star Polymers as Functional Polymeric Nanospaces; 3 One-Pot Synthesis of Metal-Embedded Microgel Star Polymer Catalysts
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1 online resource (xiii, 277 pages).
xxix, 310 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Introduces major catalytic processes including products from the petroleum, chemical, environmental and alternative energy industries * Provides an easy to read description of the fundamentals of catalysis and some of the major catalytic industrial processes used today * Offers a rationale for process designs based on kinetics and thermodynamics * Alternative energy topics include the hydrogen economy, fuels cells, bio catalytic (enzymes) production of ethanol fuel from corn and biodiesel from vegetable oils * Problem sets of included with answers available to faculty who use the book.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118454602 20160830
Science Library (Li and Ma)
1 online resource (vii, 236 pages) : illustrations (some color).
  • Catalyst-controlled regioselective reactions of carbohydrate derivatives
  • Site-selective conjugate addition through catalytic generation of ion-pairing intermediates
  • Ligand-Controlled Site-Selective Cross-Coupling
  • Site-Selective C-H Functionalization of Alcohols via Chemoselective Dehydrogenation
  • Site-selective peptide/protein degradation
  • Site-selective Functionalization of Carbohydrates
  • Site-Selective Alterations of Complex Molecules with Peptide-Based Catalysts.
The series Topics in Current Chemistry presents critical reviews of the present and future trends in modern chemical research. The scope of coverage is all areas of chemical science including the interfaces with related disciplines such as biology, medicine and materials science. The goal of each thematic volume is to give the non-specialist reader, whether in academia or industry, a comprehensive insight into an area where new research is emerging which is of interest to a larger scientific audience. Each review within the volume critically surveys one aspect of that topic and places it within the context of the volume as a whole. The most significant developments of the last 5 to 10 years are presented using selected examples to illustrate the principles discussed. The coverage is not intended to be an exhaustive summary of the field or include large quantities of data, but should rather be conceptual, concentrating on the methodological thinking that will allow the non-specialist reader to understand the information presented. Contributions also offer an outlook on potential future developments in the field. Review articles for the individual volumes are invited by the volume editors. Readership: research chemists at universities or in industry, graduate students.
1 online resource.
  • In situ EPR Spectroscopy in Catalysis: Fundamentals and Application in Catalytic Redox Reactions-- Theoretical Studies of Selective Propane Oxidation over V-based Oxides-- Conversion of Biomass-Derived Syngas to Fuels-- Preparation and Applications of Amorphous Alloy Catalysts-- Prospects for Selective Chemical Transformations using Two-dimensional Hybrid Nanocatalysts-- Catalytic Oxidation of Organic Pollutants in Aqueous Solution using Sulfate Radicals.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781782622697 20160619
Industrial and academic scientists face increasing challenges to find cost-effective and environmentally sound methods for converting natural resources into fuels, chemicals and energy. With over 7000 papers published in this field of catalysis each year, keeping up with the literature can be difficult. Catalysis Volume 27 presents critical and comprehensive reviews of the hottest literature published over the last twelve months. Covering major areas such as chemical transformations using two-dimensional hybrid nanocatalysts, conversion of biomass-derived syngas to fuels and catalytic oxidation of organic pollutants in aqueous solution using sulfate radicals, this book is a useful reference for anyone working in catalysis and an essential resource for any library.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781782622697 20160619
xi, 210 p. : ill. SpringerLink
1 online resource.
  • Fine Chemicals Synthesis Through Heterogenized Catalysts: Scopes, Challenges and Needs.- Biomimetic Single-Site Heterogeneous Catalysts: Design Strategies and Catalytic Potential.- Heterogenization on Inorganic Supports: Methods and Applications.- Covalent Heterogenization of Asymmetric Catalysts on Polymers and Nanoparticles.- Heterogenization of Homogeneous Catalysts on Dendrimers.- Catalytic Membranes Embedding Selective Catalysts: Preparation and Applications.- Immobilized Complexes for Enantioselective Catalysis: the Industrial Perspective.- Chemical Reaction Engineering Aspects for Heterogenized Molecular Catalysts.- Chemoselective and Enantioselective Hydrogenations on Immobilized Complexes.- Oxidations Mediated by Heterogenized Catalysts.- Heterogeneous Initiators for Sustainable Polymerization Processes.- Reactivity and Selectivity of Heterogenized Homogeneous Catalysts: Insights from Molecular Simulations.- Instrumental Techniques for the Investigation of Heterogenised Catalysts: Characterisation and In situ Studies.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789048136957 20160605
Table 1 E factors (tonnes of waste generated per tonne of product manufactured [7] Industry segment Annual product tonnage E factor 6 8 Oil refining 10 -10 Approx. 0. 1 4 6 Bulk chemicals 10 -10.
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xxii, 459 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
  • CHEMISTRY OF METALATED CONTAINER MOLECULES Introduction Metalated Container Molecules: A Brief Overview Metalated Container Molecules of Binucleating Supporting Ligands THE CHEMISTRY OF SUPERBASIC GUANIDINES Properties of the Guanidine Functionality Design of Superbasic Proton Sponges Some Perspectives in Proton Sponge Chemistry Multidentate Superbasic Guanidine Ligands as Receptors for Metal Cations The Chemistry of Guanidine Copper Complexes The Chemistry of Guanidine Zinc Complexes IRON COMPLEXES AND DIOXYGEN ACTIVATION Introduction Dinuclear Iron Peroxo Complexes Tripodal Tetradentate Ligands and Derivatives Monomuclear Iron Peroxo Complexes Mononuclear Iron Oxo Species Work in Progress TUNING OF STRUCTURES AND PROPERTIES OF BISPIDINE COMPLEXES Introduction Jahn-Teller Isomerism with Copper(II) Bispidines Stabilization of High-Spin Ferryl Complexes Jahn-Teller-Distorted Cobalt(III) Complexes NOVEL PHOSPHORUS AND NITROGEN DONOR LIGANDS BEARING SECONDARY FUNCTIONALITIES FOR APPLICATIONS IN HOMOGENEOUS CATALYSIS Introduction Phosphine Ligands Nitrogen Donor Ligands Without Phosphorus Sites SQUARE-PYRAMIDAL COORDINATED PHOSPHINE IRON FRAGMENTS: A TALE OF THE UNEXPECTED Introduction Polyphosphine Ligands with Three and Four Coordinating Arms C-P Bond Activation and Agostic Interactions in Iron Complexes of Polypodal Phosphine Ligands Mechanistic Considerations REGIOSELECTIVE CATALYTIC ACTIVITY OF COMPLEXES WITH NH, NR-SUBSTIUTED HETEROCYCLIC CARBENE LIGANDS Introduction Concept of Regioselective Substrate Activation Synthesis of Complexes with NH, NR-Stabilized NHC Ligands Preparation of Substrates for Catalytic Experiments Catalysis Experiments FUNCTIONALIZED CYCLOHEPTATRIENYL-CYCLOPENTADIENYL SANDWICH COMPLEXES AS BUILDING BLOCKS IN METALLO-SUPRAMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY Introduction Syntheses and Electronic Structure of Group 4 Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Sandwich Complexes Syntheses and Reactivity of Ansa-Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Complexes Ring-Opening Reactions of Ansa-Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Complexes Phosphine-Functionalized Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Sandwich Complexes MONOSACCHARIDE LIGANDS IN ORGANOTITANIUM AND ORGANOZIRCONIUM CHEMISTRY Introduction Synthesis of Organotitanium Carbohydrate Compounds Organotitanium Carbohydrate Compounds for Use in Catalytic Reactions: Polymerization of Ethylene Intramolecular Hydroamination of Aminoalkenes Organozirconium Carbohydrate Compounds Amine Exchange Chiral Recognition REACTIONS OF C-F BONDS WITH TITANOCENE AND ZIRCONOCENE: FROM SECONDARY INTERACTION VIA BOND CLEAVAGE TO CATALYSIS Introduction and Background Secondary Interactions with C-F Bonds Formation of M-F Bonds Stoichiometric Formation of Zr-H Bonds Catalytic Formation of Zr-H Bonds BISAZINES IN THE COORDINATION SPHERE OF EARLY TRANSITION METALS Introduction Results and Discussion BIFUNCTIONAL MOLECULAR SYSTEMS WITH PENDANT BIS(PENTAFLUOROPHENYL)BORYL GROUPS: FROM INTRAMOLECULAR CH-ACTIVATION TO HETEROLYTIC DIHYDROGEN SPLITTING Introduction Bifunctional Zirconum/Boron Systems Bifunctional Group 9 Metal/Boron Systems Bifunctional Phosphorus/Boron Systems RUTHENIUM-CONTAINING POLYOXOTUNGSTATES: STRUCTURE AND REDOX ACTIVITY Introduction The Organoruthenium(II)-Containing 49-Tungsto-8-Phosphate[{K(H2O)}3{Ro(p-cymene)()H2O)}4P8W49O186(H 2O)2]27- The Mono-Ruthenium(III)-Substituted Keggin-Type 11-Tungstosilicate [alpha-SiW11O39Ru111(H2=)]5- and its Dimerization FROM NO TO PEROXIDE ACTIVATION BY MODEL IRON(III) COMPLEXES Introduction NO Activation by Fe(III) Complexes Peroxide Activation by Fe(III) Complexes SYNTHETIC NITROGEN FIXATION WITH MOLYBDENUM AND TUNGSTEN PHOSPHINE COMPLEXES: NEW DEVELOPMENTS Introduction Mechanistic Investigation of the Chatt Cycle New Phosphine and Mixed P/N Ligands for Synthetic Nitrogen Fixation DIRECTED C-H FUNCTIONALIZATIONS Introduction Results and Discussion DEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL RUTHENIUM AND IRON CATALYSTS FOR EPOXIDATION WITH HYDROGEN PEROXIDE Introduction Development of Epoxidation Catalysts Using H2O2 PENTACOORDINATING BIS(OXAZOLINE) LIGANDS WITH SECONDARY BINDING SITES FLAVIN PHOTOCATALYSTS WITH SUBSTRATE BINDING SITES Introduction Templated Flavin Photoreductions Templated Flavin Photooxidations NEW CATALYTIC CU-, PD- AND STOICHIOMETRIC MG-, ZN-MEDIATED BOND ACTIVATIONS Introduction Catalytic Activation Stoichiometric Activation FROM COBALT(II)-ACTIVATED MOLECULAR OXYGEN TO HYDROCYMETHYL-SUBSTITUTED TETRAHYDROFURANS Introduction Thermochemical Considerations Cobalt(II)-Diketonate Complexes Reactivity Stereoselectivity Survey A Derivative of Magnosalicin Expanding the Scope REGIODIVERGENT EPOXIDE OPENING Epoxide Opening via Nucleophilic Substitution: Limitations Arising from the SN2-Mechanism Regiodivergent Epoxide Opening (REO): Mechanistic Implications, Synthetic Potential, and Aspects of Catalyst Design Reductive Epoxide Opening via Electron Transfer from Titanocene(III) Reagents Synthetic Realization of Titanocene-Catalyzed REO SUPRAMOLECULAR CONTAINERS: HOST-GUEST CHEMISTRY AND REACTIVITY Introduction M4L4Tetrahedra Amino Acid-Bridged Dinuclear Titanium(IV) Complexes as Metalloenzyme Mimicry SELF-ASSEMBLY OF DINUCLEAR HELICAL METALLOSUPRAMOLECULAR COORDINATION COMPOUNDS Introduction The Concept of Diastereoselective Self-Assembly of Dinuclear Helicates Synthesis of Building Blocks for the Covalent Assembly of Bis(Chelating) Ligands Synthesis of Bis(Chelating) Ligands and Their Dinuclear Metal Complexes.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527318230 20160528
The use of secondary interactions for the activation of non-reactive substrates constitutes a new and modern approach in catalysis. This first comprehensive treatment of this important research field covers the entire field and reveals the links between the various chemical disciplines. It thus adopts an interdisciplinary approach, making it of interest to the whole chemical community. This book is a must for organic, inorganic, catalytic and complex chemists, as well as those working with/on organometallics.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527318230 20160528 Wiley Online Library
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xviii, 507 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Preface to the Second Edition.Preface to the First Edition.Abbreviations.1 Introduction.1.1 The Phenomenon Catalysis.1.2 Mode of Action of Catalysts.1.3 Classification of Catalysts.1.4 Comparison of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis.2 Homogeneous Catalysis with Transition Metal Catalysts.2.1 Key Reactions in Homogeneous Catalysis.2.2 Catalyst Concepts in Homogeneous Catalysis.2.3 Characterization of Homogeneous Catalysts.3 Homogeneously Catalyzed Industrial Processes.3.1 Overview.3.2 Examples of Industrial Processes.3.3 Asymmetric Catalysis.4 Biocatalysis.4.1 Introduction.4.2 Kinetics of Enzyme-catalyzed Reactions.4.3 Industrial Processes with Biocatalysts.5 Heterogeneous Catalysis: Fundamentals.5.1 Individual Steps in Heterogeneous Catalysis.5.2 Kinetics and Mechanisms of Heterogeneously Catalyzed Reactions.5.3 Catalyst Concepts in Heterogeneous Catalysis.5.4 Catalyst Performance.5.5 Catalyst Deactivation and Regeneration.5.6 Characterization of Heterogeneous Catalysts.6 Catalyst Shapes and Production of Heterogeneous Catalysts.6.1 Catalyst Production.6.2 Immobilization of Homogeneous Catalysts.7 Shape-Selective Catalysis: Zeolites.7.1 Composition and Structure of Zeolites.7.2 Production of Zeolites.7.3 Catalytic Properties of the Zeolites.7.4 Isomorphic Substitution of Zeolites.7.5 Metal-Doped Zeolites.7.6 Applications of Zeolites.8 Heterogeneously Catalyzed Processes in Industry.8.1 Overview.8.2 Examples of Industrial Processes - Bulk Chemicals.8.3 Fine Chemicals Manufacture.9 Electrocatalysis.9.1 Comparison Between Electrocatalysis and Heterogeneous Catalysis.9.2 Electrochemical Reactions and Electrode Kinetics.9.3 Electrocatalytic Processes.9.4 Electrocatalysis in Fuel Cells.10 Environmental Catalysis and Green Chemistry.10.1 Automotive Exhaust Catalysis.10.2 NOx Removal Systems.10.3 Catalytic Afterburning.10.4 Green Chemistry and Catalysis.11 Photocatalysis.11.1 Basic Principles.11.2 Photoreduction and Oxidation of Water.11.3 Photocleavage of Water.11.4 Other Reactions.12 Phase-Transfer Catalysis.12.1 Definition.12.2 Catalysts for PTC.12.3 Mechanism and Benefits of PTC.12.4 PTC Reactions.12.5 Selected Industrial Processes with PTC.13 Planning, Development, and Testing of Catalysts.13.1 Stages of Catalyst Development.13.2 An Example of Catalyst Planning: Conversion of Olefins to Aromatics.13.3 Selection and Testing of Catalysts in Practice.14 Catalysis Reactors.14.1 Two-Phase Reactors.14.2 Three-Phase Reactors.14.3 Reactors for Homogeneously Catalyzed Reactions.15 Economic Importance of Catalysts.16 Future Development of Catalysis.16.1 Homogeneous Catalysis.16.2 Heterogeneous Catalysis.Solutions to the Exercises.References.Subject Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527311446 20160528
Despite the fact that more than 90 per cent of production processes in industry are catalyzed, most chemists and engineers are restricted to trial and error when searching for the proper catalyst. This book is the first emphasizing industrial aspects of catalysis and also particularly well suited to studying on ones own. It is dedicated to both, homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis and in this second, edition biocatalysis, electrocatalysis, photocatalysis and asymmetric catalysis are also included; topics like zeolites, metals and olefin catalysis are now discussed in more detail. The book aids practically oriented readers in becoming familiar with the processes of catalyst development and testing and therefore deals with aspects of test planning, optimization and reactor modeling and simulation with the easy to learn PC program POLYMATH. Well over 100 exercises help to test and consolidate the gained knowledge.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527311446 20160528
Science Library (Li and Ma)
xvi, 388 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • 1. NMR Spectroscopy and Homogeneous Catalysis (E. Viviente, et al.). 2. High Pressure NMR Cells (G. Laurenczy & L. Helm). 3. The Use of High Pressure Infrared Spectroscopy to Study Catalytic Mechanisms (A. Haynes). 4. Processing Spectroscopic Data (M. Garland). 5. Carbonylation of Methanol to Acetic Acid and Methyl Acetate to Acetic Anhydride (G. Morris). 6. Rhodium Catalyzed Hydroformylation (P. Kamer, et al.). 7. Alkene/CO Copolymerisation (C. Bianchini & A. Meli). 8. The Use of Spectroscopy in Metallocene-Based Polymerisation Catalysis (M. Bochmann). Hydrogenation (R. Gienoth). Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527310258 20160528
While chemists using spectroscopic methods need to learn from the specialists, they do not normally read the spectroscopists' original papers. This book provides this very information - summarizing some recent advances in the mechanistic understanding of metallocene polymerization catalysts and the role of NMR spectroscopy in these endeavors. Adopting a real practice-oriented approach, the authors focus on two of the most important spectroscopic techniques with two parts devoted to each of NMR and IR spectroscopy - as well as on important industrial applications with regard to the reaction discussed. Rather than providing a complete and exhaustive review of homogeneous hydrogenation and its detailed mechanisms, the book focuses on the specific spectroscopic techniques and the mechanistic information that has been obtained from their application. The result is unique in its scope, allowing chemists from different fields to learn which techniques can be applied for their specific synthetic problems. The prizewinning editor, Professor Brian Heaton, is the key player in the field, and has brought together here a team of authors to cater for specialists, and researchers in industry and academia.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527310258 20160528 Wiley Online Library
Science Library (Li and Ma)
2 v. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Preface.Contributors.Volume 1.1 Introduction (Boy Cornils, Wolfgang A. Herrmann, Istvan T. Horvath, Walter Leitner, Stefan Mecking, Helene Olivier-Bourbigou, and Dieter Vogt).2 Aqueous-Phase Catalysis (Boy Cornils and Wolfgang A. Herrmann).2.1 Introduction (Boy Cornils).2.2 State-of-the-Art.2.3 Homogeneous Catalysis in the Aqueous Phase as a Special Unit Operation.2.4 Typical Reactions.2.5 Commercial Applications.2.6 Supported Aqueous-Phase Catalysis as the Alternative Method (Henri Delmas, Ulises Jauregui-Haza, and Anne-Marie Wilhelm).2.7 The Way Ahead: What Should be Done in the Future? (Boy Cornils and Wolfgang A. Herrmann).3 Organic-Organic Biphasic Catalysis (Dieter Vogt).3.1 Introduction (Dieter Vogt).3.2 State-of-the-Art and Typical Reactions.3.3 Economical Applications (SHOP Process) (Dieter Vogt).3.4 Conclusions and Outlook (Dieter Vogt).4 Fluorous Catalysis (Istvan T. Horvath).4.1 Introduction (Istvan T. Horvath).4.2 State-of-the-Art and Typical Reactions.4.3 Concluding Remarks (Istvan T. Horvath).Volume 2.5 Catalysis in Nonaqueous Ionic Liquids (ILs) (Helene Olivier-Bourbigou).5.1 General Introduction (Yves Chauvin).5.2 State-of-the-Art.5.3 Commercial Applications and Aspects.5.4 Preliminary (Eco-)Toxicological Risk Profiles of Ionic Liquids (Johannes Ranke, Frauke Stock, Reinhold Stormann, Kerstin Molter, Jens Hoffmann, Bernd Ondruschka, and Bernd Jastorff).5.5 Concluding Remarks and Outlook (Helene Olivier-Bourbigou).6 Catalysis using Supercritical Solvents (Walter Leitner).6.1 Introduction (Aaron M. Scurto).6.2 State-of-the-Art (Applications of SCFs in Areas other than Catalysis) (Nils Theyssen).6.3 Homogeneous Catalysis in Supercritical Solvents as a Special Unit Operation (Charles M. Gordon and Walter Leitner).6.4 Typical Reactions.6.5 Economics and Scale-Up (Peter Licence and Martyn Poliakoff).6.6 The Way Ahead: What Should be Done in the Future? (Walter Leitner).7 Soluble Polymer-Bound Catalysts (Stefan Mecking).7.1 Introduction (Stefan Mecking).7.2 State-of-the-Art (Stefan Mecking).7.3 Homogeneous Catalysis with Soluble Polymer-Bound Catalysts as a Unit Operation (Stefan Mecking).7.4 Typical Reactions.7.5 Toward Economic Applications (Uwe Dingerdissen and Juan Almena).7.6 What Should be Done in the Future? (Stefan Mecking).8 Multiphase Processes as the Future of Homogeneous Catalysis (Boy Cornils and Wolfgang A. Herrmann).Subject Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527307210 20160528
This long-awaited two-volume handbook is the one-stop reference for everybody working in the field of multiphase catalysis. Covering academic and industrial applications, it will set the standard for future developments. All editors are top scientists with an industrial or academic background, and have put together an international team to present every facet of this fascinating methodology - including aqueous phase catalysis, ionic liquids, flourous phase chemistry, supercritical solvents and catalysis with polymer bound ligands - in a compact and competent manner.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527307210 20160528 Wiley Online Library
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
x, 557 p. : 170 fig., 50 tab. ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction.- Importance of Catalysis in the Chemical and Non-Chemical Industries.- Partial Oxidation of Methane.- Partial Oxidation of Light Hydrocarbons.- Selective Hydrogenation of Multiply-Unsaturated Hydrocarbon Compounds.- Hydrocarbon Conversion Reactions.- Catalyst Preparation.- Ordered Mesoporous Materials: Their Preparation and Application in Catalysis.- The Application of Zeolites in Catalysis.- In-situ-Characterization of Inorganic Catalytic Materials.- Catalyst Deactivation.- Reaction Engineering in Heterogeneous and Homogeneous Catalysis.- Homogeneous Catalysis.- Polymerization Catalysis.- Biocatalysis.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783540402619 20160528
  • I Introduction.- The Importance of Catalysis in the Chemical and Non-Chemical Industries.- II Selected Reactions in Heterogeneous Catalysis.- Partial Oxidation of C2 to C4 Paraffins.- Selective Hydrogenation of Multiply-Unsaturated Hydrocarbon Compounds.- Catalytic Reforming.- The Application of Zeolites in Catalysis.- III Preparation, Functionality and Characterization of Heterogeneous Catalysts.- Catalyst Preparation.- Tools for High-Throughput Experimentation in the Development of Heterogeneous Catalysts.- Ordered Mesoporous Materials: Preparation and Application in Catalysis.- In-situ-Characterization of Practical Heterogeneous Catalysts.- IV Homogeneous Catalysis, Polymerization Catalysis and Biocatalysis.- Homogeneous Catalysis.- Polymerization Catalysis.- Biocatalysis.- V Catalytic Reaction Engineering.- Kinetics of Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactions.- Catalyst Deactivation.- Divided Catalytic Processes.- Structured Catalysts and Micro-Structured Reactors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783642073106 20160614
Written by a team of internationally recognized experts, this book addresses the most important types of catalytic reactions and catalysts as used in industrial practice. Both applied aspects and the essential scientific principles are described. The main topics can be summarized as follows: heterogeneous, homogeneous and biocatalysis, catalyst preparation and characterization, catalytic reaction engineering and kinetics, catalyst deactivation and industrial perspective.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783540402619 20160528
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xiii, 407 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • From the contents: Preface.- Acknowledgements.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Elementary Steps.- 3. Kinetics.- 4. Hydrogenation.- 5. Isomerisation.- 6. Carbonylation of Methanol and Methyl Acetate.- 7. Cobalt Catalysed Hydroformylation.- 8. Rhodium Catalysed Hydroformylation.- 9. Alkene Oligomerisation.- 10. Propene Polymerisation.- 11. Hydrocyanation of Alkenes.- 12. Palladium Catalysed Carbonylations of Alkenes.- 13. Palladium Catalysed Cross-Coupling Reactions.- 14. Epoxidation.- 15. Oxydation with Dioxygen.- 16. Alkene Metathesis.- 17. Enantioselective Cyclopropanation.- 18. Hydrosilylation.- 19. C-H Functionalisation.- Subject Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781402031762 20160528
  • Preface. Acknowledgements. 1: Introduction. 1.1. Catalysis. 1.2. Homogeneous catalysis. 1.3. Historical notes on homogeneous catalysis. 1.4. Characterization of the catalyst. 1.5. Ligand effects. 1.6. Ligands according to donor atoms. 2: Elementary Steps. 2.1. Creation of a "vacant" site and co-ordination of the substrate. 2.2. Insertion versus migration. 2.3. beta-Elimination and de-insertion. 2.4. Oxidative addition. 2.5. Reductive elimination. 2.6. alpha-Elimination reactions. 2.7. Cycloaddition reactions involving a metal. 2.8. Activation of a substrate toward nucleophilic attack. 2.9. sigma-Bond metathesis. 2.10. Dihydrogen activation. 2.11. Activation by Lewis acids. 2.12. Carbon-to-phosphorus bond breaking. 2.13. Carbon-to-sulfur bond breaking. 2.14. Radical reactions. 3: Kinetics. 3.1. Introduction. 3.2. Two-step reaction scheme. 3.3. Simplifications of the rate equation and the rete-determining step. 3.4. Determining the selectivity. 3.5. Collection of rate data. 3.6. Irregularities in catalysis. 4: Hydrogenation. 4.1. Wilkinson's catalyst. 4.2. Asymmetric hydrogenation. 4.3. Overview of chiral bidentate ligands. 4.4. Monodentate ligands. 4.5. Non-linear effects. 4.6. Hydrogen transfer. 5: Isomerisation. 5.1. Hydrogen shifts. 5.2. Asymmetric isomerisation. 5.3. Oxygen shifts.6: Carbonylation of Methanol and Methyl Acetate. 6.1. Acetic acid. 6.2. Process scheme Monsanto process. 6.3. Acetic anhydride. 6.4. Other systems. 7: Cobalt Catalysed Hydroformylation. 7.1. Introduction. 7.2. Thermodynamics. 7.3. Cobalt catalysed processes. 7.4. Cobalt catalysed processes for higher alkenes. 7.5. Kuhlmann cobalt hydroformylation process. 7.6. Phosphine modified cobalt catalysts: the shell process. 7.7. Cobalt carbonyl phosphine complexes. 8: Rhodium Catalysed Hydroformylation. 8.1. Introduction. 8.2. Triphenylphosphine as the ligand. 8.3. Diphosphines as ligands. 8.4. Phosphites as ligands. 8.5. Diphosphites. 8.6. Asymmetric hydroformylation. 9: Alkene Oligomerisation. 9.1. Introduction. 9.2. Shell-higher-olefins-process. 9.3. Ethene trimerisation. 9.4. Other alkene oligomerisation reactions. 10: Propene Polymerisation. 10.1. Introduction to polymer chemistry. 10.2. Mechanistic investigations. 10.3. Analysis by 13CNMR spectroscopy. 10.4. The development of metallocene catalysts. 10.5. Agostic interactions. 10.6. The effect of dihydrogen. 10.7. Further work using propene and other alkenes. 10.8. Non-metallocene ETM catalysts. 10.9. Late transition metal catalysts. 11: Hydrocyanation of Alkenes. 11.1. The adiponitrile process. 11.2. Ligand effects.12: Palladium Catalysed Carbonylations of Alkenes. 12.1. Introduction. 12.2. Polyketone. 12.3. Ligand effects on chain length. 12.4. Ethene/propene/CO terpolymers. 12.5. Stereoselective styrene/CO terpolymers. 13: Palladium Catalysed Cross-Coupling Reactions. 13.1. Introduction. 13.2. Allylic reaction. 13.3. Heck reaction. 13.4. Cross-coupling reaction. 13.5. Heteroatom-carbon bond formation. 13.6. Suzuki reaction. 14: Epoxidation. 14.1. Ethene and propene oxide. 14.2. Asymmetric epoxidation. 14.3. Asymmetric hydroxilation of alkenes with osmium tetroxide. 14.4. Jacobsen asymmetric ring-opening of epoxides. 14.5. Epoxidations with dioxygen. 15: Oxydation with Dioxygen. 15.1. Introduction. 15.2. The Wacker reaction. 15.3. Wacker type reactions. 15.4. Terephthalic acid. 15.5. PPO. 16: Alkene Metathesis. 16.1. Introduction. 16.2. The mechanism. 16.3. Reaction overview. 16.4. Well-characterised tungsten and molybdenum catalysts. 16.5. Ruthenium catalysts. 16.6. Stereochemistry. 16.7. Catalyst decomposition. 16.8. Alkynes. 16.9. Industrial applications. 17: Enantioselective Cyclopropanation. 17.1. Introduction. 17.2. Copper catalysts. 17.3. Rhodium catalysts. 18: Hydrosilylation. 18.1. Introduction. 18.2. Platinum catalysts. 18.3. Asymmetric palladium catalysts. 18.4. Rhodium catalysts for asymmetric ketone reduction. 19: C-H Functionalisation. 19.1. Introduction. 19.2. Electron-rich metals. 19.3. Hydrogen transfer reactions of alkanes. 19.4. Borylation of alkanes. 19.5. The Murai reaction. 19.6. Catalytic s-bond metathesis. 19.7. Electrophilic catalysts. Subject Index.
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Homogeneous catalysis using transition metal complexes is an area of research that has grown enormously in recent years. Many amazing catalytic discoveries have been reported by researchers both in industry and in academia. "Homogeneous Catalysis: Understanding the Art" gives real insight in the many new and old reactions of importance. It is based on the author's extensive experience in both teaching and industrial practice. Each chapter starts with the basic knowledge and ends with up-to-date concepts. The focus of this book is on concepts, but many key industrial processes and applications that are important in the laboratory synthesis of organic chemicals are used as examples. The full range of topics is covered, such as fine chemicals, bulk chemicals, polymers, high-tech polymers, pharmaceuticals, but also important techniques and reaction types among other aspects.For a few reactions the process schemes, environmental concerns and safety aspects are included, to encourage catalyst researchers to think about these topics at an early stage of their projects and to communicate with chemical engineers, customers and the end-users. "Homogeneous Catalysis: Understanding the Art" provides a balanced overview of the vibrant and growing field of homogeneous catalysis to chemists trained in different disciplines and to graduate students who take catalysis as a main or secondary subject.This book is an invaluable tool for practising professionals and academia, including: Chemists in academia with an inorganic, organic, catalytic, etc., chemistry background; PhD-students in these fields, and advanced students; Research Institutes of Petrochemical industries; Fine-chemical industries; Pharmaceutical industries; Chemical Laboratories of Universities for Organic, Industrial, Inorganic, and Physical Chemistry, and Catalysis; Graduate schools. Currently, there is no other book available that gives insight into so many reactions of importance, while the field of homogeneous catalysis is becoming more and more important to organic chemists, industrial chemists, and academia. This book will provide this background to chemists trained in a different discipline and graduate and masters students who take catalysis as a main or secondary topic.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781402031762 20160528
The focus of this book is on concepts, but many key industrial processes and applications that are important in the laboratory synthesis of organic chemicals are used as examples. The full range of topics is covered, such as fine chemicals, bulk chemicals, polymers, high-tech polymers, pharmaceuticals, but also important techniques and reaction types among other aspects. For a few reactions, the process schemes, environmental concerns and safety aspects are included, to encourage catalyst researchers to think about these topics at an early stage of their projects and to communicate with chemical engineers, customers and the end-users. "Homogeneous Catalysis: Understanding the Art" provides a balanced overview of the vibrant and growing field of homogeneous catalysis to chemists trained in different disciplines and to graduate students who take catalysis as a main or secondary subject.
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xx, 582 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Section and chapter headings: Preface. Preface to the First Edition. Introductory Section. 1. History of Catalysis (A.P. Kieboom et al.). 2. Catalytic Processes in Industry (A.P.G. Kieboom et al.). 3. Chemical Kinetics of Catalyzed Reactions (F. Kapteijn et al.). Fundamental Catalysis. 4. Bonding and Elementary Steps in Catalysis (B.A. Averill et al.). 5. Heterogeneous Catalysis (B.K. Hodnett et al.). 6. Homogeneous Catalysis with Transition Metal Complexes (G. van Koten, P.W.N.M. van Leeuwen). 7. Biocatalysis (B.A. Averill et al.). Applied Catalysis. 8. Catalytic Reaction Engineering (F. Kapteijn et al.). 9. Preparation of Catalyst Supports, Zeolites and Mesoporous Materials (E.B.M. Doesburg et al.). 10. Preparation of Supported Catalysts (J.W. Geus et al.). Catalyst Characterization. 11. Catalyst Characterization with Spectroscopic Techniques (J. Niemantsverdriet). 12. Catalyst Characterization and Mimicking Pretreatment Procedures by Temperature-Programmed Techniques (F. Kapteijn et al.). 13. Adsorption Methods for the Assessment of the Specific Surface Area, the Pore Size Distribution and the Active Sites of Heterogeneous Catalysts (J.A. Lercher). Subject index.
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This book concentrates on industrially relevant reactions which are catalyzed by heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysts. Homogeneous catalysis by metal complexes is treated jointly with heterogeneous catalysis using metallic and non-metallic solids. In both areas the high degree of sophistication of spectroscopic techniques and theoretical modelling has led to an enormous increase in our understanding at the molecular level. This holds for the kinetics of the reactions and the reactivities of the catalysts, as well as for the syntheses of the catalytic materials. The development of catalysis science since the first edition of this book has necessitated a thorough revision, including special chapters on biocatalysis, catalyst characterization and adsorption methods. The multidisciplinary nature of catalysis is reflected in the choice of a novel combination of basic disciplines which will be refreshing and inspiring to readers.
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xiii, 416 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Homogeneous Catalysis with Transition Metal Catalysts. Homogeneously Catalyzed Industrial Processes. Heterogeneous Catalysis: Fundamentals. Catalyst Shapes and Production of Heterogeneous Catalysts. Shape-Selective Catalysis: Zeolites. Planning, Development, and Testing of Catalysts. Heterogeneously Catalyzed Processes in Industry. Catalysis Reactors. Economic Importance of Catalysts. Future Development of Catalysis. Solutions to the Exercises. References. Index.
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Catalysis is the crucial step in the production of most chemicals. Furthermore, it is indispensable in research and environmental protection. Despite the fact that more than 80 per cent of production processes in industry are catalyzed, most chemists and engineers are restricted to trial and error when searching for a catalyst. They usually suffer from a lack of a scientific basis that would allow a systematic development of catalysts. The present book covers both homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, with emphasis on industrial processes. Environmental aspects and economic data are also taken into account. Each chapter provides plenty of examples. Many exercises help to test and consolidate knowledge of the topics. Thus this book is the first on industrial catalysis that is suitable for private study. Practitioners will also find further valuable information, such as simulation of reactors for catalysis. You will not find a comparable book on industrial catalysis!!!.
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v, 217 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • 1. An Introduction to Quantum Chemical Organometallic Chemistry-- P.H.M. Budzelaar, J.H. van Lenthe. 2. Oxidative Addition Reactions-- M.R.A. Blomberg, P.E.M. Siegbahn. 3. Alkene Migratory Insertions and C-C Bond Formations-- N. Koga, K. Morokuma. 4. Carbonyl Migratory Insertions-- N. Koga, K. Morokuma. 5. A Density Functional Study on the [2s+2s] Reactions in Organometallic Chemistry-- E. Folga, T. Woo, T. Ziegler. 6. Wacker Reactions-- A. Dedieu. 7. Epoxidation of Ethene Catalysed by Manganese(III)-chloro-porphyrin-- R. Zwaans, J.H. van Lenthe, D.H.W. den Boer.
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This publication is the first to present the quantitative application of quantum chemistry to organometallic reactions. Great progress has been made in recent years in the calculation of transition states of organometallic conversions in both homo and heterogeneous catalysis. This volume, which contains seven contributions by leading scientists, deals with key reactions of homogeneous catalysis including oxidative addition, migratory insertions, 2+2 additions, the Wacker reaction, and epoxidation. The book provides experimental chemists with an up-to-date overview of the state of the art in this field, and will stimulate an adjustment of views previously based on semiempirical calculations. For researchers and advanced graduate students whose work involves organometallics and catalysis.
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This publication is the first to present the quantitative application of quantum chemistry to organometallic reactions. Great progress has been made in recent years in the calculation of transition states of organometallic conversions in both homo and heterogeneous catalysis. This volume, which contains seven contributions by leading scientists, deals with key reactions of homogeneous catalysis including oxidative addition, migratory insertions, 2+2 additions, the Wacker reaction, and epoxidation. The book provides experimental chemists with an up-to-date overview of the state of the art in this field, and will stimulate an adjustment of views previously based on semiempirical calculations. For researchers and advanced graduate students whose work involves organometallics and catalysis.
xviii, 460 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Introductory Section: 1. History of catalysis, J.A. Moulijn, P.W.N.M. van Leeuwen, R.A. van Santen-- 2. Catalytic processes in industry, J.A Moulijn et al-- 3. Chemical kinetics of catalyzed reactions, F. Kapteijn, J.A. Moulijn, R.A van Santen. Fundamental Catalysis: 4. Bonding and elementary steps in catalysis, B.E. Nieuwenhuys et al-- 5. Heterogeneous catalysis, J.A. Moulijn, V. Ponec-- 6. Homogeneous catalysis with transition metal complexes, P.W.N.M. van Leeuwen, G. van Koten. Applied Catalysis: 7. Catalytic reaction engineering, F. Kapteijn, G.B. Marin, J.A. Moulijn. Catalyst preparation: 8. Preparation of catalyst supports and zeolites, E.B.M. Doesburg, J.H.C. van Hooff-- 9. Preparation of supported catalysts, J.W. Geus, J.A.R. van Veen. Catalyst Characterization: 10. Catalyst characterization with spectroscopic techniques, J.W. Niemantsverdriet-- 11. Temperature programmed reduction, sulphiding, F. Kapteijn, J.A. Moulijn, A. Tafaoui-- 12. The use of adsorption methods for the assessment of the surface area and pore size distribution of heterogeneous catalysts, J.J.F. Scholten. Conclusion: 13. Future trends, J.A. Moulijn, P.W.N.M. van Leeuwen, R.A. van Santen.
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Catalysis is a multidisciplinary activity which is reflected in this book. The editors have chosen a combination of basic disciplines - homogeneous catalysis by metal complexes is treated jointly with heterogeneous catalysis with metallic and non-metallic solids. The main theme of the book is the molecular approach to industrial catalysis. In the introductory section, chapter 1 presents a brief survey of the history of industrial heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis. Subsequently, a selection of current industrial catalytic processes is described (Chapter 2). A broad spectrum of important catalytic applications is presented, including the basic chemistry, some engineering aspects, feedstock sources and product utilization. In Chapter 3, kinetic principles are treated. The section on fundamental catalysis begins with a description of the bonding in complexes and to surfaces (Chapter 4). The elementary steps on complexes and surfaces are described. The chapter on heterogeneous catalysis (5) deals with the mechanistic aspects of three groups of important reactions: syn-gas conversion, hydrogenation, and oxidation. The main principles of metal and metal oxide catalysis are presented. Likewise, the chapter on homogeneous catalysis (6) concentrates on three reactions representing examples from three areas: carbonylation, polymerization, and asymmetric catalysis. Identification by in situ techniques has been included. Many constraints to the industrial use of a catalyst have a macroscopic origin. In "applied catalysis" it is shown how catalytic reaction engineering deals with such macroscopic considerations in heterogeneous, as well as homogeneous catalysis (Chapter 7). The transport and kinetic phenomena in both model reactors and industrial reactors are outlined. The section on catalyst preparation (Chapters 8 and 9) is concerned with the preparation of catalyst supports, zeolites, and supported catalysts, with an emphasis on general principles and mechanistic aspects. For the supported catalysts the relation between the preparative method and the surface chemistry of the support is highlighted. The molecular approach is maintained throughout. The first chapter (10) in the section on catalyst characterization summarizes the most common spectroscopic techniques used for the characterization of heterogeneous catalysts, such as XPS, Auger, EXAFS. Temperature-programmed techniques, which have found widespread application in heterogeneous catalysis both in catalyst characterization and simulation of pretreatment procedures, are discussed in Chapter 11. A discussion of texture measurement, theory and application, concludes this section (12). The final chapter (13) gives an outline of current trends in catalysis. Two points of view are adopted: the first one focusses on developments in process engineering. Most often these have their origin in demands by society for better processes. The second point of view draws attention to the autonomous developments in catalysis, which is becoming one of the frontier sciences of physics and chemistry. In this book emphasis is on those reactions catalyzed by heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysts of industrial relevance. The integrative treatment of the subject matter involves many disciplines, consequently, the writing of the book has been a multi-author task.
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viii, 86 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
The impact of catalysis on the nation's economy is evidenced by the fact that catalytic technologies generate U.S. sales in excess of $400 billion per year and a net positive balance of trade of $16 billion annually. This book outlines recent accomplishments in the science and technology of catalysis and summarizes important likely challenges and opportunities on the near horizon. It also presents recommendations for investment of financial and human resources by industry, academe, national laboratories, and relevant federal agencies if the nation is to maintain continuing leadership in this field - one that is critical to the chemical and petroleum processing industries, essential for energy-efficient means for environmental protection, and vital for the production of a broad range of pharmaceuticals.
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