Temperature-Programmed Reduction For Solid Materials Characterization

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The only current, comprehensive book of its kind, this single-source reference brings together all the work to date on Temperature-Programmed Reduction (TPR), a relatively new technique -- involving low capital investment -- that facilitates fast and easy access to information about the precise condition of species present in and on solids. Temperature-Programmed Reduction for Solid Materials Characterization provides details of practical approaches in the use of TPR ... diagrams of both equipment and results produced ... descriptions of the parametric sensitivity of TPR and instrumentation used for its measurement ... up-to-date accounts of theory, practice, and published work on TPR ... various applications in numerous scientific fields, especially the characterization of catalysts ... and discussions of developing trends and future directions in temperature programming. Temperature-Programmed Reduction for Solid Materials Characterization serves as an indispensable sourcebook for chemical, industrial process, and petrochemical engineers; analytical, polymer, and materials chemists; metallurgists; and students in undergraduate- and graduate-level courses concerned with materials characterization, such as physical chemistry, analytical science, and materials science.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780824775834
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 5/1/1986
  • Series: Chemical Industries Series, #24
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface iii
1. Introduction 1
I Background
II Applications
2. Theoretical Aspects 11
I Thermodynamics
II Kinetics and Mechanisms of Reduction
III Derivation of Kinetic Parameters
IV Effects of Variation of Experimental Parameters
3. Experimental Methods and Instrumentation 67
I General Procedure
II Thermal Conductivity Detectors
III Detection by Pressure Changes of the Reacting Gas
IV Detection by Weight Changes of the Reducing Solid
V Other Methods
VI Furnace Design
VII Automated Apparatus for Measuring Temperature-Programmed Reduction, Desorption, and Oxidation
VIII Practical Considerations
IX Conclusions
4. Applications 81
I Zeolites
II Bulk Monometallic Materials
III Bulk Bimetallic Materials
IV Supported Monometallic Materials
V Supported Bimetallic Materials
VI Conclusions
5. Trends in Temperature Programming for Solid Characterization 187
I Current Applications
II Future Applications
Index 193
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