600 Nanoreaction Engineering

Wednesday, November 16, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Franciscan A (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
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

Marc-Olivier Coppens
Email: m.coppens@ucl.ac.uk

Sagar Sarsani
Email: ssarsani@americas.sabic.com

3:15 PM
(600a) Nanoengineering and Application of Protected but Accessible Metal Cluster Catalysts
Alexander Katz, Alexis T. Bell, Audrey Harker, Anh T. To, Ezra Clark, Bruce C. Gates, Andrew Palermo and Louise Debefve

4:15 PM
(600d) Analyzing Local Composition and Structural Changes Occurring in a Nanocatalyst during Reaction
Jose L. Gomez-Ballesteros, Pin Ann Lin, Juan C. Burgos, Renu Sharma and Perla B. Balbuena

4:35 PM
(600e) Modelling of Diffusion-Reaction Interaction inside the Co-Based Catalyst Particles for the Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis
Milos Mandic, Branislav Todic, Ljiljana Zivanic, Nikola Nikacevic and Dragomir B. Bukur

4:55 PM
(600f) Carbon Nanotube-Supported Catalysts for Improved Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis
Xu Li, Haider Almkhelfe, Jenae Tate, Jingyi Xie, Keith L. Hohn and Placidus B. Amama
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