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Metal Clusters in Catalysis
1st Edition - October 1, 1986
Editors: B.C. Gates, H. Knüpffer, L. Guczi
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Research on metal clusters (compounds with metal-metal bonds) has undergone explosive growth and the subject is now perhaps one of the ``hottest'' topics in organometallic… Read more
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Research on metal clusters (compounds with metal-metal bonds) has undergone explosive growth and the subject is now perhaps one of the ``hottest'' topics in organometallic chemistry. The prospect of catalytic applications has motivated a large part of the research mentioned in this book - the long term goal being to exploit the unique properties of metal clusters to prepare catalysts with new activities and selectivities.This is the first book to address the role of metal clusters in catalysis. The coverage is up-to-date and is particularly comprehensive, ranging from molecular chemistry of clusters (synthesis, structure, thermochemistry, reactivity, and homogeneous catalysis) to supported clusters (molecular analogues on polymers, and metal oxides and metals in zeolite cages). Preparation by methods of organometallic surface chemistry and metal atom chemistry and characterization of surface structures by physical methods are highlighted. Concepts unifying metal cluster chemistry and the chemistry of metal surfaces are elucidated.Of particular value to the user will be the cluster and subject indexes. The cluster index is organized in alphabetical order according to the metal. For each metal, the clusters are listed with respect to increasing nuclearity.The book is also the first to bring together leading authors from the forefront of catalysis, organometallic chemistry, and surface science. It gives a clear and comprehensive statement of the way in which these subjects are developing into common territory, and will thus provide much to interest workers in these fields. Professor Dr. W. Keim of the Lehrstuhl und Institut für Technische Chemie und Petrolchemie, Aachen, writes:
Part 1. Molecular Metal Clusters. Chapter 1. Synthesis of Mono- and Multimetallic Metal Clusters (G.L. Geoffroy). 2. Structures of Metal Clusters (G.L. Geoffroy). 3. Thermochemical Properties and Bond Energies of Transition Metal Clusters (J.A. Connor). 4. Reactivities of Metal Clusters (E. Lavigne, H.D. Kaesz). 5. Homogeneous Catalysis by Metal Clusters (L. Markó, A. Vizi-Orosz). Part II. Metal Clusters in and on Supports. 6. Characterization by Physical Methods (H. Knözinger, L. Guczi, R.F. Pettifer). 7. Dispersed Metal Clusters from Metal Vapor Chemistry (G.A. Ozin, M.P. Andrews). 8. Metal Clusters and Zeolites (P.A. Jacobs). 9. Supported Metal Catalysts Prepared from Molecular Metal Clusters: Organometallic Surface Chemistry (B.C. Gates, R. Psaro, R. Ugo, G. Maire, H. Knözinger). 10. Supported Bimetallic Catalysts Derived from Molecular Metal Clusters (L. Guczi). Part III. Relations Between Molecular Clusters and Metal Surfaces. 11. Relations between Metal Clusters and Metal Surfaces (G. Ertl). Part IV. Summary and Evaluation (B.C. Gates, L. Guczi and H. Knözinger). Cluster Index. Subject Index. ``The editors are to be congratulated for this thorough and critical assessment of molecular metal clusters in catalysis. The strength of this book is the critical coverage of each topic making it very valuable within the field. Close to 2000 carefully selected literature references provide the reader with key information to metal clusters. Without any doubt this is the most authoritative work written today on this subject.''
Published: October 1, 1986
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Hardback ISBN: 9780444427083
Affiliations and expertise
Genebank Department, Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research, Gatersleben, Germany
Affiliations and expertise
Institute of Isotopes of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary