By W.G. Frankenburg, V.I. Komarewsky, E.K. Rideal (Eds.)
(from preface)Advances in Catalysis is now stepping into its 5th yr. it really is, within the editors' opinion, an encouraging and demanding indisputable fact that the prior volumes are discovering expanding use in medical and business laboratories and that the Advances are often quoted as literature resources on quite a few subject matters of catalysis.Thus, the editors current this 5th quantity with self assurance that it too may well serve the aim of totally informing these or energetic in catalytic reports on clinical and sensible growth during this field.In the present quantity numerous topics is handled through efficient authors. those topics care for new suggestions of floor investigations with the microbalance, with the elucidation of response mechanisms through the concept that of intermediates, and with really expert reports of the ammonia synthesis, hydrogenations, carbon monoxide oxidation and hydrocarbon syntheses. additionally, quantity V includes an intensive serious evaluation of Russian literature in catalysis.
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This calls for a linear dependence of the heat of adsorption of nitrogen upon the degree of coverage of the sites of the band, active in the reaction. This treatment also involves the fact that differences in activation energies between different sites are proportional to differences in heats of adsorption on these sites and that the proportionality factor is a. 5. 5, simple equations result, which have been checked when using doubly and triply promoted catalysts showing excellent t o fairly good agreement even a t high pressures and widely different compositions of synthesis gas.
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