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Interfaces and Catalysis Interfaces & Catalysis Advanced Technology
Interfaces Interfaces are more and more important at smaller length scales
Interfaces and Catalysis In (heterogeneous) catalysis interfaces are crucial !
Catalysis Foto van Exxonmobil
Topics Kinetics –Rate laws, activation energy, selectivity Heterogeneous catalysis –Transport, adsorption, reaction Interfaces –Interface tension, adsorption, potential Integrated assignment (case)
Kinetics and Catalysis
Kinetics Adsorption Surface reation Transport Spectroscopy
Interfaces Interfase tension Adsorption G-L Monolayers L-L interfaces (emulsions) Adsorption G-S Colloids en S-L interfaces
The course Exam kinetics (20) Case study (20) Final exam (60) HC (lectures), WC (exercises) and HWC (combination) Selfstudy (case) Selfstudy (kinetics)
Course Material Atkins Book –Interfacial science, an introduction Barnes & Gentle (2 nd ed) Study guide (blackboard) Handouts (blackboard)
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