By Alessandro Trovarelli
Using CeO2-based fabrics in catalysis has attracted huge recognition lately, relatively in functions like environmental catalysis, the place ceria has proven nice strength. This quantity seriously studies advances within the box, with the point of interest on either primary and utilized concerns. the 1st few chapters hide structural and chemical homes of ceria and similar fabrics, akin to part balance, relief behaviour, synthesis, interplay with probe molecules (CO, O2, NO), and metal-support interplay - all provided from the perspective of catalytic purposes. using computational strategies and ceria surfaces and movies for version catalytic reviews also are reviewed. the second one a part of the paintings offers a serious review of the position of ceria within the most vital catalytic methods: three-way catalysis, catalytic rainy oxidation and fluid catalytic cracking. different subject matters comprise oxidation-combustion catalysts, electrocatalysis and using cerium catalysts/additives in diesel soot abatement know-how.
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Catalysis by Ceria and Related Materials (Catalytic Science Series) by Alessandro Trovarelli