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133 Actinides, incorporation into perovskites, 36: 315-316 Activated water expulsion in cyclodextrin, 32: 422426, 432 Activation barrier C-H bond cleavage, 37:143 chemisorbed, C,H,, 37: 141, 144 SUBJECT INDEX C,H, hydrogenation, 37:146 CO hydrogenation, 37:136-137 determination, 37: 154 diatomic absorbates, dissociation and recombination, 37: 109-1 13 HCOOH decomposition, 37: 149-150 surface reactions, BOC-MP, 32127-134 bond energies, 37:133 CO, dissociation, 37: 131 diatomic adsorbates, 37: 128-130 heat of chemisorption, 37:133 non-LJ corrections, 37:128-129 polyatomic adsorbates, 37:130-134 triatomic adsorbates, 37: 131-132 Activation energies, 2123, 9, 275, 6; see also specijic catalyst adsorbed formate, 31:307-308 of alloys, 27:7 changes in, 27:19 of ethane hydrogenolysis and cyclopropane hydrogenation, 23: 108 evaluation of, 21: 13 exchange reactions, 31: 106 general solution for distribution function, 21: 9, 10 for hydrogenation of aromatic hydrocarbons, 23: 150 for hydrogenolysis over metal catalysts, 23: 70-76 methanation, 31:202-203 methanol synthesis, 31:282 promoted iron catalyst, 31:221, 223 rhodium zeolites, 31:43-45 variations in, 21:17, 18 Activation temperature, radical-forming ability, 31:109-110 Active centers, nature of, 1 k 9 6 Active site, 27:210-221 in catalysts, 17:103-104, 34:l for olefin chemisorption, 17: 108-1 13 dual-site concept, 27:210 electrical conductivity, 27:216, 217 ESCA, 27:218, 219 ESR, 27:214-216 infrared spectroscopy, 27:213, 214 model, 27:219-221 molybdena catalyst, 27:304-306 Mossbauer spectroscopy, 27:217, 218 nonuniform distribution, transport-limited pellets, 39:288-291 3 for propylene adsorption, 27:21&213 size and composition, 32:173-174, 198-201 Active species, MoO,-Al,03 catalyst, 29258259, 262-265 Activity alloys, 32:187-191 carboxylic acid-promoted ruthenium catalysis, 32~375-379 catalytic, 32:149-150, 155-156 cobalt catalyst solutions, 32:337-340 CO hydrogenation, 32:407-410 Lewis base-promoted ruthenium catalysis, 32: 388-394 metals, 32:178-182 methanation, 31:200-203 platinum -Au alloys, 32:19&197 -Cu alloys, 32:19&197 rhodium catalysts, 32:350-356, 361, 373375 unpromoted ruthenium catalysis, 32:375-379 Acyclic alkadienes, metathesis of, 24: 134 Acyclic alkanes vibrational spectra, 42:207-214, 299 Acyclic alkenes metathesis reaction of, 24:133, 134 stereoselectivity,24:158 type of reactions, 24: 142 transalkylation, 2 4 142-144 transalkylidenation,24: 142-144 vibrational spectra, 42:264-267, 298 Acyclic alkynes vibrational spectra, 42: 183-207, 298-299 a-Acylaminoacrylic acid asymmetric hydrogenation with Rh-AMCPcatalyst, 25104, 108 with Rh-DIOP catalyst, 25106 hydrogenation of, 2591, 92 substrates of, 2592 Ac ylation heteropoly compounds, 41: 175-176 reaction of dienes, 26:335, 336 use of catalysts in, 24:224 Acylcarbinol indicators, 27: 104-106 Acylium ions chemical shift tensor, 42: 135 Koch-Haaf reaction, 42: 160 NMR, 42:128 as probe molecules, 42:139, 160 Adamantane, oxidation, 41:203 4 SUBJECT INDEX Adamantene, 25147 Adams’s catalyst, 34:280 Addenda atoms heteropolyacids, 41: 118, 120, 121 Additives catalysis, 32:391, 409-410 HC1 to olefins, catalysts for, 19889 reaction conditions, 32243-246 Adenosinetriphosphatase, kinetic mechanism, yeast hexokinase, 28:343 Adenosine triphosphate cadmium complex, 28:340, 341 cobalt complex, 28:340 glutamine synthetase, catalysis, 28:354, 355 hydrolysis of, 20:393, 394 magnesium complex, 28:339-341 kinetics, 28:341-345 x-ray crystallography, 28:348 Adiponitrile, synthesis, 33:2-3, 4 Adsorbates distribution of, 21:21, 22 Raman spectra of, 24:333-339 symmetrical, 24:335, 336 n-Adsorbed cyclopentanes, 30:5&57 Adsorbed molecules, infrared spectra of, 10: 1 n-Adsorbed olefins, 30:35-37 dehydrocyclization, 3038-39 hydrogen shift, 30:39, 52 isomerization, 30:38-39 mechanism, 30:47 metallocyclohutane mechanism, 3025 Adsorbed oxygen species, 3 2 1 18-122, 133134 Adsorbents, 21:44, 45, 24:361-364; see also specijic elements, compounds metal, 21:44 oxide 44, 21:45 Adsorption, 26:355-366, 380, 27:285, 286; see also Chemisorption acetylene, potential dependence, 30:258 activated, 26:366 activation energy, 30:264 alcohols, reactions, 29:36-37 on alloy films, 22:115-184 anion, electrocatalyst, 30267 approach, surface activity, 29322-328 atomic displacements induced by, 21:212, 213 from binary gas mixture, 21:35421:42 applications, 21:4W2 enhanced, 21:39 simultaneous, 21:3&39 surface compound formation, 21:3940 calorimetry, 2257; see also Microcalorimetry carbonaceous species, 30:254-264 hydrocarbons, 30254-261 of carbon monoxide, 28:2-24; see also Carbon monoxide on catalyst surface, 19:246-249 apparatus, 19:252-255 physical limitations of, 19:278-279 kinetics of, 19246248 operation, 19256258 symbols used, 19:248-249 catalytic, 19:17-18 charge transfer, 26:359 360 on chromia, see Chromia coefficient, 28:221 functional group character, 30:360 olefin structure, 30:349-355 relative, 30:341 solvent effects, 30:359-361 solvent-free systems, 30:362-364 solvent parameter, 30:369 complexes, 31:6-7 with H,O and NH,, quantum-chemical calculations of, 34:156-158 computations from data, 19284-286 CS,, 31:156 dependence on Cu/ZnO ratio, 31:269 description, porous solids, 39:2&21 -desorption, of hydrogen, 34:9 direct computation of distribution, 19282283 effect of heat of, 21:22-24, 29, 30 electrocatalyst, 30:24&264 electrode surface properties, 30:24&24 1 energy, 28:14-19, 35-39 weakening, Cu/ZnO binary catalyst modifiers, 31:283 entropy of, 2:233 equilibrium kinetics, 28:213-223 in poisoning, 25: 193 of ethanol on structural hydroxyl group, 34: 173 cluster model of, M 1 7 4 ethylene, 37:49 potential dependence, 30:258 SUBJECT INDEX of gaseous bases, 27:107-109 gases, 21:188-190 Gibb’s energy, 28: 186 halogens, 31: 110-1 11 of H and CO on graphite, computation of, 34: 139 heat, 22:119, 28:215, 34:166; see also Microcalorimetry differential, 22: 197 for gas-solid interactions, 2 2 2 2 6 2 3 7 magnitude of, 22:191 for NH,, 34:171 of H,O, 34:166 cluster models of, 34:167, 169 of H,O on terminal hydroxyl group, 34: 148 hydrogen ethylene coadsorption, 30:259-260 isotherms, 30:24&245 MgO, 31:122 platinum crystallographic planes, 30:244245 surface coverage versus potential, 30:243245 immobile, 26:360 integration of rate equation for, 21:10-13 continuous function, 21: 10-13 stepwise function, 21: 10 isotherms, 26:362-365, 30:241-243, 31: 171, 223; see also specijic types hydrogen, 30: 24 1-243 linear, 26:363 porous solids, 39: 17-19 potential dependence, 30:258-259 kinetics, 28:19-24, 34, 35, 185-188 Langmuir model, 28:21 LEED experiments, see Low energy electron diffraction mean residence time, 26:365 measurements, during surface catalysis, 15: 65 mechanism of influence of illumination on, 23:158-170 mercaptans, 31:156 mercury column damping, 19:286-288 metal surfaces carbon monoxide, 29:65-68 nitric oxide, 29:68-73 nitrogen, 29:73-75 oxygen, 29:75-79 5 on metal surfaces, 7:135, 11:67 methanol synthesis, 31:282 microcalorimetry.

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