219 Nanoreaction Engineering

Monday, November 9, 2015: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
355F (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Catalysis at the nanoscale is not new, but it has received much attention targeting at more precise control of structures utilizing the significantly different fundamental properties of material at the nanoscale. Works that emphasize individual catalytic sites as reactors are of interest. Papers in this session address the engineering aspects of catalyst (for e.g., zeolite crystal morphology engineering) and catalytic supports (e.g., carbon nanotubes) at the nanoscale. Papers addressing transport (e.g. diffusion) and reaction at the nanoscale are of particular interest. Both theoretical and experimental studies are solicited.

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division
Sagar Sarsani Email: ssarsani@americas.sabic.com
Marc-Olivier Coppens Email: m.coppens@ucl.ac.uk

3:55 PM
(219c) Controlled Reaction Selectivity Using Functionalized Silica in Biphasic Systems
Nicholas M. Briggs, Javen Weston, Zheng Zhao, Deepika Venkataramani, Clint P. Aichele, Jeffrey Harwell, Daniel E. Resasco and Steven Crossley

4:35 PM

5:15 PM
(219g) Ethanol Conversion to Hydrocarbons on HZSM-5: Reaction Mechanism Elucidation Via Steady State and Transient Experiments
Kristof Van der Borght, Rakesh Batchu, Anton De Vylder, Joris W. Thybaut, Vladimir V. Galvita and Guy B. Marin
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