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Catalysis from abzymes to zeolite: the successful encyclopedia now in its third, updated and enlarged edition with 50% more content in three volumes! Designed as a first-stop source for chemists, biochemists, physicists, and engineers whose permanent or occasional interest lies in catalysis, the encyclopedia is at once comprehensive, succinct and easy to use. More than 200 top scientists from all over the world have contributed a total of over 8000 entries with 3300 cross references - providing important information, 20,000 citations and numerous process schemes on all aspects of bio-, heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis, as well as on analytical methods and techniques, and industrial processes. The international significance of this work is underlined by the fact that the keywords are also given in German and French.
Boy Cornils has worked at the former Hoechst AG in Germany, where he was the director of the reasearch. He is the editor of several bestselling titles.
Wolfgang A. Herrmann is president of the Technical University of Munich and has received several awards for his work in organometallic chemistry, like the Otto-Bayer Medal, the ACS Award in Organometallic Chemistry, the Werner-Heisenberg Medal of the Alexander von Humboldt foundation and many more. He has authored a plethora of publications and is the editor of numerous bestselling books.
Martin Muhler is Professor at the Ruhr-University of Bochum. He is the recipient of the DECHEMA award and author of more several publications. His main interest is the exciting field of heterogeneous catalysis.
Chi-Huey Wong received has been Professor and Ernest W. Hahn Chair in Chemistry at the Scripps Research Institute since 1989 and is also a member of the Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology since 1996. He is a member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is author and co-author of over 450 publications, 60 patents and several books and his current interests are in the areas of bioorganic and synthetic chemistry and biocatalysis.
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TOPICS INCLUDED: catalysts - heterogeneous, homogeneous, acid, base ligands biocatalysis catalytic reactions in organic synthesis kinetics and thermodynamics of catalytic reactions catalyst labelling theoretical backgrounds of catalytic reactions industrial catalytic processes stereoselective catalysis autoclaves colloids nanomaterials spectroscopical methods for catalyst analysis radicals enzymatic catalysis vitamins